Online Lecture: Environmental Justice as Regeneration

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Thu, Oct 14 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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HSSB 6020, UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA 93106-7100

The grassroots environmental justice movement and the field of environmental justice studies have evolved in creative and inspiring directions over the years. Recent work focuses on the challenges of envisioning and realizing abolition, confronting anthropogenic climate change/disruption, and articulating transformative approaches to achieving ecologically healthy and socially equitable policy-making for a “just transition.” This online presentation by David Pellow (UCSB) considers what each of these areas of scholarship and politics could signal for the future of environmental justice and for advancing grounded and uplifting frameworks for regenerative development. Audience Q&A will follow.

David N. Pellow is the Dehlsen and Department Chair of Environmental Studies and Director of the Global Environmental Justice Project at UC Santa Barbara, where he teaches courses on environmental and social justice, race/class/gender and environmental conflict, human-animal conflicts, sustainability, and social change movements that confront our socio-environmental crises and social inequality.

Live closed-captioning and Spanish interpretation will be provided.  Free to attend; registration required to receive Zoom webinar attendance link at:

Sponsored by the UCSB Interdisciplinary Humanities Center’s Regeneration series


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