On Talk of the Bay Tuesday June 2, 2020 host Christine Barrington will be talking with environmental scientist and social activist Joanna Nelson about right relationship and how it forms the foundation of both healthy biological, and social, ecosystems.
Listeners will venture through Joanna’s global work collaborating with tribal councils, resource managers, and academic teams to understand the profound effects of human choices upon diverse eco-systems. Whether it is wildfires from Alaska to the American West, or fertilizer run-off transforming estuaries where the land meets the sea, human beings are needing to rethink how they do civilization.
From the land we’ll venture into the social arena exploring Joanna’s work to transform the STEM fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics into a more inclusive environments where women, people of color and non-binary people can thrive and bring forward their contributions in more inclusive, resilient social ecosystems.
Explore Joanna’s environmental work via her website: Land Sea Science
Explore Joanna’s social activist work on behalf of greater inclusitivioty within the STEM fields at Softer Edge
Join the movement to Reimagine Science and join the critical conversations around the future of science.