Community and Justice: Urban Conservation and Human-Wildlife Coexistence June 9 from PacSci

Community and Justice: Urban Conservation and Human-Wildlife Coexistence

Wildlife are finding remarkable ways to persist in cities, redefining what we consider to be nature. They also teach us how the infrastructure we build for ourselves forge an environment for innovation.

In this presentation, Urban Ecologist Dr. Chris Schell will discuss the patterns and processes by which wildlife are adapting to cities. Learn how carnivores like coyotes and raccoons have become sentinels of urban environments, helping reframe how we consider our cities as viable greenspaces, and come together as a community around their amazing stories. Their narratives provide another lens on how we can be effective environmental stewards through activism and social justice that dismantles structural racism and classism.

Livestream Information

This event will be livestreamed through YouTube Channel. Advanced registration is required, and the link to the livestream will be sent out via email on the day of the event. The livestream will begin at 7 p.m.

Submit Questions

We encourage participants to submit their questions for Dr. Chris Schell at padmin@pacsci.org or in the comments section during the livestream.

Cost: Free / $10 Suggested Donation

Recommended Ages: All ages

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June 9th Science in the City Registration

Registration for this event will close at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, June 9th.
This event has a suggested donation of $10, but feel free to donate at any amount you are comfortable with!
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