The Environmental Justice & Sustainability Speaker Series brings creative, pragmatic, and practice-based environmental professionals to campus. The series is primarily intended to support students in the International Environmental Policy program, but all lectures are open to the public. The series covers issues of environmental policy, social and environmental justice, and ocean sustainability, and is sponsored and hosted by the Center for the Blue Economy and the Nancy Eccles and Homer M. Hayward Family Foundation. We invite the public to come and be inspired by forward-thinking speakers who present cutting-edge solutions to complex problems across a wide variety of fields.
We are beginning to add events for the fall 2020 term now, with new lectures being added each week. All the lectures will be held Pacific Time, online via Zoom video-conference software, with Zoom link and instructions are a part of each announcement. Most lectures will be recorded, and recordings are typically available 1-2 weeks after the event. Recordings can be found on the Environmental Justice & Sustainability Speaker Series page below the current listings (see “Past Lectures Fall 2020”) or on the Center for the Blue Economy YouTube page.