A global public health crisis that has exposed and exacerbated inequities. Raging wildfires. And the ever-looming Big One. As we navigate the challenges of a changing environment, building resilience — our capacity to prepare for, adapt to, and grow in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats, or disaster — has never been more critical.
Join us as our panelists bring their diverse perspectives, backgrounds and experiences to the issue of resilience.
Social justice, Climatic changes, Resilience (Ecology) -- United States
Environmental Sciences | Social Justice
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Ajibade, Jola; Beaudoin, Fletcher; Nielsen-Pincus, Max; Spoon, Jeremy; and Tint, Barbara, "Voices on Resilience" (2021). Tag, We're It. 4.