Coastal Hazards, Risk, and Environmental Justice
Tulane University, Center for Bioenvironmental Research
New Orleans, LA
Note: this workshop has already taken place. Read the workshop synthesis for a summary of key ideas and see the workshop outcomes for materials developed in association with the workshop. Workshop presentations and summaries of discussions are available on the program page; participants' activity, course, and essay contributions are available via the participants page.
The workshop combines presentations from leaders (such as the keynote by Dr. Maureen Lichtveld of the Center for Gulf Coast Environmental Health Research, Leadership, and Strategic Initiatives), opportunities to learn about InTeGrate resources and funding opportunities, and structured opportunities to work with team members and other workshop participants to develop action plans. An optional pre-meeting tour of post-Katrina New Orleans will provide an opportunity to see the interface between Coastal Hazards, Risk and Environmental Justice in a very personal way.
This workshop is targeted for teams from minority-serving institutions and other colleges and universities that serve populations that are under-represented in the geosciences and related fields.
- David Blockstein, Senior Scientist, National Council for Science and the Environment
- Cathy Manduca, Director, Science Education Resource Center, Carleton College
- Michael J. Blum, Director, Tulane-Xavier Center for Bioenvironmental Research, Tulane University
- Felicia Davis, Managing Partner, Building Green Campuses
- Monica Teets Farris, Director, Center for Hazards Assessment Research and Technology (CHART), University of New Orleans