ClimateCovid P1.7: Course Correction

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Panel 1.7: Course Correction: A Just Transition from Ecodisruption to Regeneration

Session Provided by Movement Generation, Emcee’d by Ellen Choy

Session 1: “How did we get here? The Ecological Context for Pandemics”

Gopal Dayaneni (ETC Group, Movement Generation) and Deseree Fontenot (Movement Generation)

Session 2: “Translocal Strategies for a Just Recovery: A Black-Led Session on Restoring Land, Labor, and Capital to Self-Determined Communities”

Melissa Crosby, Abbas Khalid, (Movement Generation) and Taj James (Full Spectrum Labs)

Session 3: “From Global Domination to Bioregional Governance”

Angela Aguilar, Carla Perez, and Mateo Nube (Movement Generation) and Corrina Gould (Sogorea Te Land Trust)

Session 4: “Decolonize the Future”

adrienne maree brown (emergent strategy facilitator); Michelle Mascarenhas-Swan (Movement Generation); Patty Berne (Sins Invalid), Akua Deirdre Smith (BlackOUT Collective / Black Land Liberation Initiative), Jade Begay (NDN Collective / Filmmaker / VR Creator), Sammie Ablaza Wills (APIENC), and Tré Vasquez (Movement Generation)

“Panel Closing”

Angela Aguilar

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ClimateCovid P3.4: The Price of Carbon Fantasies

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Panel 3.4: The Price of Carbon Fantasies: Understanding, Resisting, and Seeking Justice Beyond Neoliberal Climate Policy Delusions

“Neoliberal Dreaming — from Globalization to Climate Crisis”

Richard Widick (UC Santa Barbara)

“When carbon pricing becomes ‘Privatization of the Air’ — An introduction to emissions trading, seen from South Africa”

Patrick Bond (University of the Western Cape, SA)

“Decolonizing Carbon: Indigenous-Led Climate Change Mitigation in the Amazon Rainforest”

Tracey Osborne (UC Merced)

“Neoliberal Legacies and Current Trends in Climate Change Policy”

Tamra L. Gilbertson (University of Tennessee, Knoxville)

“Is White Innocence Holding Back Climate Movements?”

Larry Lohmann

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ClimateCovid P0: Introduction and Welcome

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Conference Welcomes and Introductions

“Introduction and Welcome to the Conference”

John Foran (UC Santa Barbara)

“Introduction to New UC Center for Climate Justice”

Tracey Osborne

ClimateCovid P3.1: Curating Climate

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Panel 3.1: Curating Climate: New Projects in the Environmental Arts & Humanities

 

“Curating Climate at ONCA, Brighton UK”
 
Persephone Pearl (ONCA, UK)
 

“Curating Climate Emotions”

Nicole Seymour (California State University, Fullerton)

“Everyday Life Projects and Climate Fiction”

Min Hyoung Song (Boston College)

“Curating ‘Climate Fictions’ for Paradoxa

Alison Sperling (Technische Universität Berlin, DE)

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ClimateCovid P4.2: Project MEER: Closing Biogeochemical through Solar Thermal Valorization of Discarded Resources

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Panel 4.2: Project MEER: Closing Biogeochemical through Solar Thermal Valorization of Discarded Resources

“Urban Built Environment Team Presentation”

Romy Pein, Andrew Scacchi, Gregory Pan, Sebastian Barquin Sanchez, and Ye Tao

 

Members of Project MEER: ReflEction

“Ocean Deacidification Team Presentation”

Brittany Jones, Drew Lira, Wrishija Roy, and Ye Tao

Members of Project MEER: ReflEction

“Mechanical Engineering Team Presentation”

Mohan Hathi, Chris Stokes, and Ye Tao

Members of Project MEER: ReflEction

“Material Science Team Presentation”

Xiaohui Han, Asian Zhang, and Ye Tao

Members of Project MEER: ReflEction

“NOx Valorization Team Presentation”

Youngyoon Choi, Priyansh Sharma, Sophia Yue, Zoe Zwecker, and Ye Tao

Members of Project MEER: ReflEction

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ClimateCovid P4.1: Project MEER: ReflEction: the Path to Sustainability Amongst Catastrophic Climate Change

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Panel 4.1: Project MEER: ReflEction: The Path to Sustainability Amongst Catastrophic Climate Change

“Introduction & Conceptual Framework”

Jagger Alexander, Ellie Flint, Wrishija Roy, Sebastian Barquin Sanchez, Zoe Lilja Zwecke, and Ye Tao

Members of Project MEER: ReflEction

“How MEER: ReflEction Can Save Humanity”

Isabel Wellington, Sophia Morgan, Skye Lam, and Ye Tao

Members of Project MEER: ReflEction

“Energy and Temperature Modeling Team Presentation”

Jagger Alexander, Ryan Habeck, Rabeya Hussaini, Karthik Ramesh, and Ye Tao

Members of Project MEER: ReflEction

 

“Ecological Modeling Team Presentation”

Riti Bhandarkar, Ellie Flint, Alfredo Quezada, Asia Zhang, and Ye Tao

Members of Project MEER: ReflEction

 

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ClimateCovid P3.5: Climate finance justice: International perspectives on climate policy, social justice, and capital

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Panel 3.5: Climate Finance Justice: International Perspectives on Climate Policy, Social Justice, and Capital

 

“Climate Finance Justice”

Lauren Gifford (Metropolitan State University of Denver, UC Santa Barbara), Chris Knudson (University of Hawai’i at Hilo), and Laura Sauls (University of Sheffield, UK)

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ClimateCovid P3.3: 2020 US Elections and Climate Justice

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Panel 3.3: Applying a Decolonial Lens to the Green New Deal

 

“Applying a Decolonial Lens to the Green New Deal”

David Cobb (Director of Cooperation Humbolt and and Co-Coordinintary of US Solidarity Economy Network) and Meleiza Figueroa (Fellow with the Liberty Tree Foundation for a Democratic Revolution and a worker-owner of the Cooperative New School)

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ClimateCovid P3.2: The Politics of Climate Activism

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Panel 3.2: The Politics of Climate Activism

 

“Reworlding — With an Ecofeminist New Deal”

Ariel Salleh

“Voluntary Local Reviews of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals: Strategies for Movement-Building Centering People & Communities”

Clara Weibel (University of Pittsburgh)

“Toward an Ethics of Decolonizing Allyship in Climate Organizing; Reflections on XR-Vancouver”

Dana James (University of British Columbia, CA) and Trevor Mack

“Discursive politics of climate planning: Territoriality, sovereignty, and statecraft” 
 
Benjamin Weinger (University of California, Los Angeles)

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ClimateCovid P1.6: Media Justice and Socio-Environmental Struggles During COVID-19 Time: Experiences from Mexico

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Panel 1.6: Media Justice and Socio-Environmental Struggles During COVID-19 Time: Experiences from Mexico

 

“Panel Discussant”

Jéssica Coyotecatl (UC Santa Barbara)

“Yet Another Crisis: A community radio work during COVID-19”

Ana Salgado (Radio Tsinaka)

“Challenges for Community-based Media in Mexico Before and After COVID-19”

Mónica Montalvo (La Sandía Digital)

“Feminist Journalism & Land Struggles During COVID-19”

Ximena Torres (ZonaDocs)

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