WOMEN AND CLIMATE CHANGE – a speaker series – K. Glover

Women often are on the front lines of climate change impacts, yet are uniquely poised to reshape our institutions towards resilience and gender equity. Women are increasingly in leadership roles, innovating sustainable approaches to scarcity, and building community around local solutions. Join us to hear perspectives from women working to reshape their discipline and community with innovative media, decolonization strategies, renewable energy programs, and activism. Sponsored in part by the McGillicuddy Humanities Center as part of their 2020-2021 annual symposium on “The Story of Climate Change.”

For more information, and a link to register, visit: umaine.edu/mhc/eyent/wcc/.



FEBRUARY 18: Ecofeminism in the Urban Landscape Dylan O’Hara, Dept. of History, UMaine

MARCH 4: Indigenous Ways of Knowing Dr. Bonnie Newsom, Dept. of Anthropology, UMaine

MARCH 25: Podcasts as Method
Dr. Kelsey Emard, Dept. of Geography, Oregon State University

APRIL 8: Local Solutions to Climate Crises Ruby Mahoney and Ayano lshimura, A Climate to Thrive



Poster for the Women & Climate Change - Speaker Series.