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Joint Research Workshop for EJ and Human-Planetary Health - Shared screen with speaker view
Sibyl Diver
23:04
We invite you to get involved with  the Human-Planetary Health Initiative!https://ecohealthsolutions.stanford.edu/sites/default/files/2021-04/human-and-planetary-health_at_tanford.pdf
Sibyl Diver
23:18
And with the Stanford Environmental Justice Working Group!Website: https://www.ejstanford.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/EJWGStanfordFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/EJWGStanford/ Email listserv: https://mailman.stanford.edu/mailman/listinfo/ejworkgroup
Sibyl Diver
26:20
This is so that we can get a sense of how many rooms we need on each topic for breakouts! THANK YOU!
Kathy Burke (she/her)
27:07
Another possible breakout area: Wildfires - research for CA and the world, ranging from health to land use to EJ
Julie
27:15
I am interested in the issue of plastic pollution and EJ
Gurjeet K. Singh
27:39
Climate change impacts on vulnerable populations
Isabel Carrera Zamanillo (she/her/ella)
27:39
Hi! I'm interested in food sovereignty and food security
Natalie Herbert
27:43
I would be happy to join a wildfires and health breakout group, too!
Wei-ting Chen 陳韋廷
27:47
I am interested in wildfire as well! :)
Noraa Alkhamis (she/her)
28:21
I’m interested in bringing more intersectionality into mainstream environmental activism.
Sibyl Diver
28:51
Emily Polkhttps://www.empolk.com/https://profiles.stanford.edu/emily-polkSibyl Diverhttps://sibyldiver.com/https://profiles.stanford.edu/sibyl-diver-------
Emily Polk
29:19
Thank you Ashley and Chris!
Sibyl Diver
29:27
WORKSHOP DIRECTORYPlease feel free to add your information to our Joint EJ and Human-Planetary Health Workshop Directory. Participants have granted permission to share their emails and information with other workshop participants. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1jJoRNhHcXUsZqzjvbkgO9EQK1MrgM0aWXu1M9FAzeEo/edit#gid=0We hope that this resource can help facilitate connections across multiple communities and institutions, participating in this event. Thank you!
christopher leboa
38:12
For those who wanted to speak on wildfires. Would you be willing to join the air quality room or would you four prefer your own room?
Natalie Herbert
38:44
I can stay in the air quality room—thank you for asking
Wei-ting Chen 陳韋廷
39:22
Ditto - but I have to hop off at 2:30 for another meeting, unfortunately.
Laura Kwong (she/her)
40:57
Will these slides be available afterwards? There's great content here!
Kathy Burke (she/her)
42:12
Happy to join the air quality session
stephen palumbi
42:38
ditto about the value of these slides
Wei-ting Chen 陳韋廷
50:57
The name recognition of our institution is a currency in some circles, but we also need to constantly remind ourselves that institutions of higher education are based on a system of that inflicts violence upon many communities. One thing we should keep in mind is how we can use the research and engagement to shift institutional policies and practices.
esther conrad
52:40
This is incredibly valuable, Sibyl and Emily! Thank you so much for this thoughtful presentation. And +1 to your really important point, Wei-Ting!
Sibyl Diver
52:45
Agenda:- 40 minute break-outs (by theme) (2:30-3:10)- 20 minute report back (3:10-3:30)
Sibyl Diver
01:34:00
Please feel free to add your email under your group if you want to stay in touch — thank you!
Iris Stewart-Frey
01:35:14
there is a Northern California Network for Community-Academic Partnerships in EJ. If you would like to join, please email environmentaljustice@scu.edu or me (IStewartFrey@scu.edu). A number of people in this workshop are already part of it.
Sibyl Diver
01:35:33
This is a fabulous network!!! Thank you for adding, Iris!
Laura Kwong (she/her)
01:42:56
I think I missed something from the last spearker - Was the suggestion that students with lived experience of EJ issues have a SEPARATE place to share?
Sibyl Diver
01:44:17
I think it was about “creating space” — Emily, Rodolfo, or Esther can add… students who know the most about EJ don’t always feel comfortable speaking about their experience, and there is the problem of tokenism, essentializing that can come with this singling out.
christopher leboa
01:45:05
Stanford EJ Working Grouphttps://www.ejstanford.comHuman-Planetary Health Initiativehttps://ecohealthsolutions.stanford.edu/sites/default/files/2021-04/human-and-planetary-health_at_tanford.pdf
Laura Kwong (she/her)
01:45:22
thanks for clarifying. I think the students without lived experiences really need to hear the students with these experiences so I hope that space can be created where that experience can be shared
Sibyl Diver
01:45:38
Also the broader directory that has been built through this workshop!
Sibyl Diver
01:45:39
WORKSHOP DIRECTORYPlease feel free to add your information to our Joint EJ and Human-Planetary Health Workshop Directory. Participants have granted permission to share their emails and information with other workshop participants. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1jJoRNhHcXUsZqzjvbkgO9EQK1MrgM0aWXu1M9FAzeEo/edit#gid=0We hope that this resource can help facilitate connections across multiple communities and institutions, participating in this event. Thank you!
Kathy Burke (she/her)
01:48:08
Great session. Thanks to all the organizers!
Sibyl Diver
01:48:10
We have a webpage for the workshop, where we will post slides!
Iris Stewart-Frey
01:48:21
Thank you so much, this was a very powerful series of events. Good to connect with everyone.
Sibyl Diver
01:49:00
https://www.ejstanford.com/joint-research-workshop-on-environmental-justice--human-planetary-health.html
Sibyl Diver
01:49:08
sdiver@stanford.edu
Kris (he/him)
01:49:21
thank you!