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November Diversities and Disparities in Climate Seminar - Shared screen with speaker view
Toni Lyn Morelli
01:10:44
the title of "connection to nature" is misleading when you mean connection to national parks but connection to nature for many black and non white people can be seen through lifestyle and not particularly space oriented
Stefanie Farrington
01:14:39
Unfortunately, parks in wealthier areas tend to have more money for maintenance, programs, etc. - need a commitment from the agency to shift $ around in a more equitable way
Shaina Sadai (she/her)
01:15:31
Apologies in advnace- I need to head out at 11 for the AAG Climate Action Task Force.
David Glassberg
01:19:05
Brit, thanks for this interesting presentation. I need to leave now, but please contact me later about a fascinating data set I am working with created by the U.S. Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission in 1962. Here’s a link to a summary of their reports, which are available on line; particularly interesting are volumes #19, 20, and 21. https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=uc1.31210025049659&view=1up&seq=1&skin=2021. I’m sharing this with everyone in case they might also find them useful for their work.
Eve Vogel
01:20:07
Thanks for coming David!
Desiree Narango (she/her)
01:25:36
not to mention, some natural areas in cities may be unsafe or unsuitable for recreation even if people can get there.
Britt Crow-Miller
01:25:55
Absolutely!
Desiree Narango (she/her)
01:28:59
this is a persistent problem in Ecology and other field-based disciplines in STEM, where folks are 'othered' for not growing up with the typical white connection with nature, wildlife, parks, etc.
Eve Vogel
01:30:15
AThank you!
Anna Goldstein
01:36:43
Sorry to have to leave early, thanks to the speakers for sharing and to all for the discussion!
Stefanie Farrington
01:49:44
Have to run a bit early - thanks for some great presentations and thought-provoking discussions!
Eve Vogel
01:49:59
Thanks for coming!
ezra markowitz
01:54:19
have to jump off. thanks all!
Ainsley McStay
01:57:40
I also need to hop off, but thank you to both presenters!
Eve Vogel
01:58:32
Thanks all for coming. We're going till 10:45 and hope to have a bit of time for Q&A. Completely understand if you have to leave early.
Eve Vogel
01:59:15
11:45 :)
Desiree Narango (she/her)
02:02:11
thank you!
Britt Crow-Miller
02:04:01
That’s a really interesting question to think about for natural science research happening in communities.
Eve Vogel
02:04:12
Yep
Britt Crow-Miller
02:04:18
(Which is probably most natural science research!)
Toni Lyn Morelli
02:05:03
Great job Kadambari! We especially liked the second half of the talk and learning about your experiences working with and talking to local communities.
Britt Crow-Miller
02:06:34
Thanks, everyone!
Desiree Narango (she/her)
02:06:37
Thanks so much speakers! great talks!