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political ecology of the body, critical race feminism, feminist science and technology studies, environmental justice
My dissertation explores the theories, practices and embodied implications of chemical regulatory science in terms of the endocrine-disrupting capacities of glyphosate.
Yesterday @UCBerkeley's Patrick Gonzalez testified before congress about the impacts of human-caused #climatechange… https://t.co/w8WvKv5Ufz
RT @fishteph: Happening now! Dr Katherine Soule’s @ESPM_Berkeley seminar on “Increasing Equity and Inclusion through UC Cooperative Extensi…
RT @trevorkeenan: Hot off the press: Widespread inhibition of daytime ecosystem respiration, @NatureEcoEvo New improved estimates of ecosys…
RT @pgonzaleztweet: Human-caused #climatechange in US #nationalparks. Honored to speak on science to the US Congress, February 13, 2019, 10…
The new @UCBerkeley Cannabis Research Center will study the impacts of cannabis farming and production on the envir… https://t.co/GnIWJ4ksRH