Catherine Coleman Flowers to Give 2021 Ferguson Lecture
Catherine Coleman Flowers, an internationally recognized advocate for equal access to water and sanitation for all communities, will give the 2021 Ferguson Lecture on Tuesday, February 2 from 8-9 p.m. A 2020 MacArthur Fellow in Environmental Health, Flowers founded CREEJ, the Center for Rural Enterprise and Environmental Justice.
How We're Charging Forward
Faced with a global pandemic, resurgent racism, divisive politics, attacks on science, a rollercoaster economy and all the other craziness happening now, 2020 may not seem like an ideal time for making environmental progress. But we're doing it. By leaps and bounds. Duke Environment Magazine takes a look at how in the online-only issue for fall.
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