Urban Ecosystem Justice: Strategies for Equitable Sustainability and Ecological Literacy in the City
November 17, 2021 4:30 AM -
Bard’s Graduate Programs in Sustainability are pleased to host environmental educator, professor, and author Scott Kellogg for a conversation about his new book, Urban Ecosystem Justice. Scott will provide attendees with strategies for creating equitable sustainability and ecological literacy in cities through affordable and decentralized means.
Scott Kellogg, Ph.D. is the co-founder and Educational Director of the Radix Ecological Sustainability Center, an urban environmental education non-profit in Albany, NY that maintains a demonstration site of regenerative tools and technologies designed to teach ecological literacy to youth. Scott’s research is centered on the idea of “urban ecosystem justice” – examining through a pedagogical lens how questions of equity, access, and justice pertain to urban ecosystems. He is chair of Urban Agriculture on Albany’s Sustainability Advisory Committee and Faculty in Environmental Education and Leadership in Bard Center for Environmental Policy's MEd. in Environmental Education program.