Bradford Seminar: “Toxic Inequality in Alabama’s Black Belt: Exploring Community Narratives of Environmental Justice”

Shorna Allred, Associate Professor in the Center for Conservation Social Sciences, Cornell University, will present “Toxic Inequality in Alabama’s Black Belt: Exploring Community Narratives of Environmental Justice” via Zoom webinar. Register online in advance to receive a webinar link.

Allred’s research focuses on understanding human attitudes, motivations and behavior related to natural resource conservation and management. Her main interests center on how social science can facilitate community-based approaches to planning and management while enhancing the resilience and sustainability of communities both locally and abroad.

This event is part of the David Bradford Energy and Environmental Policy Seminar Series organized by the Center for Policy Research on Energy and the Environment (C-PREE) in the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs and co-sponsored by the High Meadows Environmental Institute (HMEI).

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Bradford Seminar: “Toxic Inequality in Alabama’s Black Belt: Exploring Community Narratives of Environmental Justice”

Shorna Allred, Associate Professor in the Center for Conservation Social Sciences, Cornell University, will present “Toxic Inequality in Alabama’s Black Belt: Exploring Community Narratives of Environmental Justice” via Zoom webinar. Register online in advance to receive a webinar link.

Allred’s research focuses on understanding human attitudes, motivations and behavior related to natural resource conservation and management. Her main interests center on how social science can facilitate community-based approaches to planning and management while enhancing the resilience and sustainability of communities both locally and abroad.

This event is part of the David Bradford Energy and Environmental Policy Seminar Series organized by the Center for Policy Research on Energy and the Environment (C-PREE) in the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs and co-sponsored by the High Meadows Environmental Institute (HMEI).