Notes from the Field with Adrienne Katner

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Notes from the Field with Adrienne Katner

LSU School of Public Health and Partners Monitor the I-10 Environment with Phillis Wheatley Students By Adrienne Katner LSU School of Public Health and Partners Monitor the I-10 Environment with Phillis Wheatley Students

Claiborne Ave Alliance Leads a Corridor Tour

New Orleans, LA Community leaders from Claiborne Avenue Alliance led a walking tour of the Claiborne corridor on September 15th for engineers, planners, architects, public officials and scientists—many of whom were attending the Walk Bike Places Transit Conference that week. The tour was co-organized with The Congress for New Urbanism to highlight the socio-economic and […]

Fighting for justice where geoscience meets public health

Grappling with divisive issues, collaborators from multiple fields find common purpose   TEX helps geoscientists and communities work together to solve problems. While it may be unconventional in the geosciences, this type of collaborative approach isn’t quite so new or radical in other fields. Indeed, the approach we call community science grew, in part, out […]