University of California, Berkeley, scientist Patrick Gonzalez spoke to the U.S. Congress last week on impacts and solutions to human-caused climate change in national parks. Dr. Gonzalez is a faculty affiliate of the Institute for Parks, People, and Biodiversity and an Associate Adjunct Professor in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management.
UC Berkeley Professors Soloman Hsiang, George Roderick, and Patrick Gonzalez share environmental expertise in DC.
The Institute for Parks, People and Biodiversity has entered into an agreement with the George Wright Society to co-publish the Parks Stewardship Forum, a free on-line journal on the science and management of natural and cultural resources in protected areas around the world. The forum is calling for papers to publish in the inaugural issue.
"The Institute for Parks, People and Biodiversity has the opportunity to build a program of conservation of national parks that will foster national pride in China, putting conservation of their parks in every classroom and potentially affecting the biodiversity of China as well as the planet. "
This talk is the UC Berkeley College of Natural Resources Horace M. Albright Lecture in Conservation as part of the second annual Latinxs and the Environment Summit. Ana holds a doctoral degree in policy, planning and development from the University of Southern California. She was joined in discussion with Adrianna Quintero, Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the Energy Foundation.
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Professor Patrick Gonzalez from the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management was in Washington D.C. on February 13 where he provided scientific findings to help shape national policy on climate change at a Congressional hearing.