Huxley Environmental Speaker Series 2017-18

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2017-18 Speakers

FALL Quarter 2017 - 

  Date/Time Speaker Talk Title VIDEOS

 

 

10/5/17

4 pm

Larry & Ellie Kinley (Lummi Tribe)

Salish Sea Speaker, Fall 2017

Video

 

 

10/12/17

4 pm

David Henry (Pew Charitable Trusts)

From the Arctic to the Tropics: A Hitchhikers Guide to Marine Conservation Jobs 

Video

10/19/17

4 pm
Eric Munscher (Turtle Survival Alliance) Turtle Survival: The Plight of the World’s Turtle Species. What has happened? What is happening? What is being done about it? Video

 

 

 

10/26/17

4 pm

Anton Thomas (Cartographer)

Drawing a Continent by Hand

(co-sponsored by the Wilson Map Collection)

Video

 

 

 

11/2/17

4 pm

Sarah Myhre (500 Women Scientists; UW School of Oceanography)

One Year of Activism and Resistance: Women, Science, and the Trump Administration

Video

 

 

 

11/9/17

4 pm

Grace Wang (Huxley College)

What Influences Public Land Managers? An Analysis of BLM Decision Makers.

Video

 

 

 

11/16/17

4 pm

Alan McConchie (Stamen Design)

Open Source Cartography: Blending Data and Design for the Next Generation of Online Maps

(co-sponsored by the Wilson Map Collection)

Video

 

 

11/23/17

(No Speaker)

Thanksgiving Break

 

 

 

 

11/30/17

4 pm

Kelly McAllister (Wa State DOT)

WSDOT: Balancing Washington's Transportation Needs with Stewardship of Natural Resources

Video

 

 

12/7/17

4 pm

Chris James (Regulatory Assistance Project)

After Paris Withdrawal By US, Will China Lead?

What Does This Mean for Actions by US States and Other Subnational Jurisdictions?

Video

 

 

WINTER Quarter 2018 

  Date/Time Speaker Talk Title Videos

1/11/18

4:10 pm
Tammi Laninga The 50thAnniversary of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act  /  WWU's River Studies and Leadership Certificate  

 

 

 

1/18/18

4 pm

Sandy Lawrence

A Sea Change: Overpopulation, King Tides, Storm Surges, Acidification, Deoxygenation, Coral Bleaching, Plastic Accumulation and Overfishing just sound daunting.  Solutions actually exist for all of these problems except Milutin Milankovich and his stubborn orbital mechanics.

Video

 

 

1/25/18

4 pm

Huxley Career Panel

Derek Koellmann (Anchor QEA), 

Chirstine Woodward (Samish Nation)

Analise Burns (City of Bellingham)

Jim Ace (Stand.Earth)

Video

 

 

 

2/1/18

4 pm

Julie Barber

The Swinomish Shellfish Program: management, Research, and Restoration Efforts

Video

 

 

2/8/18

4 pm

Bianca Perla

Curiosity Run Wild: The Multiple Benefits of Citizen Science on Vashon Island

Video

 

 

 

2/15/18

4 pm

Veronica Velez

Ground-Truthing: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) as Community-Based and Anti-Racist Praxis

(co-sponsored by the Wilson Map Collection)

Video

 

 

 

2/22/18 

4 pm

Rachel Arnold

The Bizarre Frogfishes: Evolutionary Relationships, Life History, and Conservation Implications

 

 

 

3/1/18

4 pm

Laura Rose

The Deboche Project: Rebuilding and Revitalizing the Historic Deboche Nunnery, an Integral Link to the Preservation of Tibetan/ Buddhist Traditions and Sherpa Culture



(This talk is part of the Mt. Everest Environmental Conservation and Cultural Preservation Forum)

Video

(related Video from the Forum that evening)

 

 

 

3/8/18

4 pm

CANCELED

Chief Tsi’li’xw (Bill James) and Su’hun’ep Hussmeen Troy Olsen of Lummi Nation

(we hope to reschedule in the Spring)

CANCELED

The Salish Sea through Weaving, Cedar, Wool, and Reef Net Fishing (Salish Sea Speakers)

(co-sponsored by NWIC, NASU, and Justice Speaks)

 

 

 

 

3/15/18

4 pm

Mitch Friedman

Keeping the Wild in Washington

Video

 

SPRING Quarter 2018 

  Date/Time Speaker Talk Title Videos

 

4/5/18 4:15 pm Kellen Lynch ZeNETH, Tiny Homes, WWU's Institute for Energy Studies (public talk begins at 4:15) Video

 

 

4/12/18

4 pm

Carolyn Parrs

Mind Over Markets: How to Engage with Environmental Activists So Everyone Wins

 

 

 

4/19/18

4 pm

Amelia Taylor

The United Nations' World Sustainable Development Goals

Video

  

 

4/26/18

4 pm

Dennis Willows

Geomagnetic Orientation Behavior in the PNW Sea Slug Tritonia: Research on a not yet understood sensory mode with implications for survival in a changing climate

Video

 

 

5/3/18

4 pm

Yanjun Cai

Photovoice, Social Media, and Geospatial Analysis: Creative Amalgamation of Technologies for Proactive Resilience Toward Socio-Spatial Justice

Video

 

 

5/10/18

4 pm

Kate Darby

"Looks like Urine" and "Smells Like Sewer": Sensory Claims-Making and Environmental Injustice

Video

 

 

 

5/17/18

4 pm

Christie True What Local Governments can do to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions and be Ready for the Impacts of Climate Change Video

 

 

 

5/24/18

4 pm

Teizeen Mohamedali

Water Quality Modeling: Magic or Math?

Video

 

 

5/31/18

4 pm

Candy Castellanos

Sustaining Sustainability 

Video

 

 

6/7/18

4 pm

Denise Attwood & Ric Conner

Heart of Patagonia - The Legacy of Doug and Kris Tompkins

Video

 

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