EcologyPlus is pleased to participate or offer opportunities on the theme of Environmental Equity and Justice. These are excellent opportunities to network with other professionals involved in environmental equity and justice and also to learn about programs and career opportunities. Not all activities are organized by ESA or EcologyPlus partners.
October 28 8:30 am – 5:30 pm Environmental Justice Symposium
Trinity Washington University
Details and video recording can be found here
EcologyPlus students and recent graduates are invited to join this special symposium with a focus on environmental justice, with a keynote address by Yale Professor Mary Evelyn Tucker, and Dr. John Grim, co-founders of the Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology. The event also features Dr. Kandis Boyd, Director, Chesapeake Bay Program, Environmental Protection Agency.
October 20 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm E-Mobility Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Reception – ART & MOBILITY
This event is not organized by ESA or EcologyPlus partners.
You must ALSO register separately here . This event is part of the E-Mobility conference and you are also encouraged to attend the conference if you are able. See more details on the reception registration webpage.
Location: Long View Gallery
1234 9th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001
Join this event to meet in-person stakeholders across the multimodal transportation ecosystem, including community-based organizations, transportation and mobility professionals, environmental justice organizations, environmental professionals and advocates from government, utilities/regulators, automakers, mobility companies, autonomous vehicle organizations, charging network companies, nonprofits, and other organizations engaged in mobility.
October 22 10 am – 1:30 pm Freetown Farm / Community Ecology Institute: working at the intersections of education, environment, equity and health
We will have a tour of the Freetown Farm, take part in a volunteer activity, have lunch and then meet some of the people working at Freetown Farm and Community Ecology Institute.
Description of Freetown Farm: “During the summer of 2019, the Community Ecology Institute (CEI) purchased a 6.4 acre-organic farm in our hometown of Columbia, Maryland. We have protected this unique property from housing development and are preserving and restoring the farm–creating a place where people can learn through hands-on experiences about how to lead happier, healthier, more connected and sustainable lives.” Click here to learn more about Freetown Farm!
8000 Harriet Tubman Lane
Columbia, MD 21044 (right off of US-29 N)