02/11/2021:“Building a world in common” by Dr. Gael Giraud, the Founding Director of Georgetown’s Newly Established Environmental Justice Program
03/04/2021:“Climate Change, Social Capital and Sustainable Livelihoods in Conservation Landscapes” by Prof. Karen Bailey from University of Colorado Boulder
03/11/2021:“Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary: Who We Are and What We Do” by Dr. Patricia Delgado, the Superintendent of Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary
03/18/2021:“Engaged public sociology for environmental health and justice: Research on flame retardants and PFAS Compounds” by Prof. Alissa Cordner from Whitman College
03/25/2021: “Carbon Pricing: Theory and Practice” by Dr. Marc Hafstead, Fellow and Director, Carbon Pricing Initiative at Resources for the Future
04/08/2021:“Plant-Microbe Interactions in Coastal Wetlands Impart Homeostasis of Greenhouse Gas Emissions” by Dr. Patrick Megonigal, PI & Associate Director of Research at Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
04/15/2021:“Per- and Polyfluorinated Alkyl Substances (PFAS): A Large Environmental Issue and a Major Area of Research at NIST”, Dr. John Kucklick, Leader of the Biochemical and Exposure Sciences Group, Chemical Sciences Division, NIST-Charleston, Charleston, SC.
04/22/2021:“Unstable Ground: Social Vulnerability and Access to Clean Air, Safe Water, and Environments Free of Toxic Chemicals” by Dr. Kristi Fedinick, Interim Chief Science Advisor at Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc. (NRDC)
04/29/2021:“Present understanding of exposure sources and health effects for poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS)” by Dr. Elsie M. Sunderland, Gordon McKay Professor of Environmental Chemistry, Harvard University.
05/06/2021:“An Overview of Tribal Environmental Health Issues and Circumstances” by Dr. Lynn Zender, Executive Director Zender Environmental Health and Research Group and Program Coordinator for the National Tribal Toxics Council