POPULATION, WOMEN, AND ENVIRONMENT: A PUBLIC DIALOGUE
Join us for a lively discussion and training workshop on how the issues are linked, what's happening at local-global levels, and what we can do about them.
What: Presentations, audience discussion and workshop
When: Wednesday, March 27, 2013, 5:30-7 pm; Workshop from 7:15 to 8:20 pm
Where: University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, Environmental Science Building 125
Moderator and Introduction: Professor Ozlem Altiok, Lecturer, International Studies and Women's Studies, University of North Texas (UNT)
Special Guest Speakers:
- Vicky Markham, Director, Center for Environment and Population (CEP): "Rio+20 and Beyond: Women and Sustainable Development"
- Naomi Brodkey, Program Assistant, Sierra Club Global Population & Environment Program (GPEP): "Global Population and Environment Issues and Advocacy"
- Dr P (Trish) Glazebrook, Chair, Department of Philosophy and Religion Studies, UNT, "Gendering the Climate Agenda: Field Notes from Ghana"
- Kelly Hart, Director of Public Affairs, Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas: "Reproductive Health in Texas, Challenges and Opportunities"
Co-organized by: Center for Environment and Population (CEP), Sierra Club Global Population and Environment Program, Planned Parenthood Federation of Greater Texas, International Studies and Women's Studies Program, University of North Texas, Denton.