• Switzer Fellow Thought Leadership

    How will California ensure residents get clean water?

    Mike Antos and colleagues say Safe and Affordable Drinking Water program must address social and political factors to succeed.

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  • Put Your Money Where Their Mouth Is

    Fellow Candice Youngblood published law journal note on actualizing environmental justice by amplifying community voices.

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  • Switzer Fellows in the News

    1930s redlining leads to hotter neighborhoods today

    Fellow Morgan Grove on team that discovered temperature differences of up to 13 degrees with non-redlined neighborhoods.

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Fellow Cassandra Brooks returned in December 2019 from a three-week Antarctic expedition organized by Homeward Bound Project, a worldwide initiative that began in 2016 to “heighten the influence and impact of women in making decisions that shape our planet,” according to the organization.

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Feb 16, 2020
Fellow Candice Youngblood published a Note in UC Berkeley's Ecology Law Quarterly journal that seeks to paint a picture of what working toward environmental justice should look like.Read more >
Feb 9, 2020
In cities around the country, if you want to understand the history of a neighborhood, you might want to do the same thing you'd do to measure human health: Check its temperature. That's what a group...Read more >
Feb 3, 2020
Supporters and opponents of the Strauss Wind Energy Project agree on one point: San Miguelito Canyon is unique. .... Golden eagles aren’t the only protected species found in San Miguelito Canyon. It’...Read more >
Jan 15, 2020
Bruni Pizarro served on New Haven Mayor Elicker's transition team and worked on the Environment and Climate change section of his transition report .Read more >

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