Geography/ES Capstone Presentations

1:00 PM  - 4:30 PM
Tuesday Dec 11, 2012
CC 215, Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center

Community-Based Natural Resources Management and Eco-tourism (1:20-2:50pm)

 

a. Brianna Besch: “Community-Based Climate Adaptation in Bangladesh: From Local Actions to Global Solutions”

b. Brendan Pierce: "Local Fishery Management and National Regulation: Continuing Conservation into the Future, a Political Ecology Perspective"

c. Ava Buchanan: “Another Amazon: Creating a Counter-Narrative through Community-Based Ecotourism”

d. Vinod Malwatte: “Converging Coastal Conservation and Development in Northwestern Sri Lanka.”

 

Sustainable Urban Development (3-4:30pm)

A)  Caroline Devany - Raging Against the Machine? Non-Profit Participation in an Urban Growth Politics of North Minneapolis

B)  Meg O’Halloran - Emeralds in the Rough: How Rust Belt Cities Can Embody the Sustainable Future

C)  Talia Groom - Grassroots Voices in the Second Garbage War: Social Equity in NYC's Latest Solid Waste Management Plan

D)  Lisle Bertsche - Public Art and the Central Corridor: Place Promotion and Creative PlacemakingSustainablility and the Built Environment (3-4:30)

This event is for: Alumni, Students, Staff and Faculty

Admission: free

Sponsored By: Geography

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