Climate and Incarceration Symposium
Come learn about the human rights crises at the intersection of incarceration and climate change in the United States. Twenty experts will participate in panels and workshops held throughout the day, including individuals who are formerly incarcerated, impacted family members, leading advocates and world-class researchers. The symposium is organized by the Climate and Incarceration Research Collective (CIRCol). CU Boulder co-sponsors include: CEDaR (Community Engagement Design and Research) Center, CU Engage, Department of Sociology, Department of Ethnic Studies, Environmental Center, Environmental Studies Department, Geography Department, History Department, INVST Community Studies, Masters of the Environment (MENV), and Resilient Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RISE).
Friday, September 29 at 9:00am to 6:30pm
Discovery Learning Center, DLC 1B70 (keynotes and panels); Koelbel 352 (youth activism workshop)