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Join San Jose State University Professor Dr. Costanza Rampini for a discussion on whose values and voices are prioritized in climate change solutions. Dr. Rampini, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental Studies, will inquire into who will benefit, who will lose, and who will be left out as different countries, regions, cities, and communities try to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and implement strategies to cope with the impacts of climate change. This talk will focus on the importance of working with frontline communities to design more equitable climate solutions.

Dr. Rampini's research focuses on the human dimensions of environmental change, specifically people’s capacity to adapt to climate change impacts and to recover from extreme events.  She has studied frontline communities in Northeast India and in California, who are especially vulnerable to coastal and riverine flooding.

Please register - the Zoom link will be sent in the confirmation. Questions? Contact Kristin Butler at [email protected]