POSTPONED -- Concentric Resilience Mapping (Follow-up Conversation with MATH Teleseminar Panelists)

Date: 
Tuesday, January 6, 2015 - 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Registration: 

Please note: this event will take place at 7:00pmEST/4:00pmPST - 8:30pmEST/5:30pmPST. To participate, please register online and you will receive call details via email.

This call has been postponed and will be rescheduled. 

This conversation is a follow up to the two-part teleseminar series on "The Maturation of a Social Movement: A Regional Response to the Transition Movement" hosted by the Mid-Atlantic Transition Hub (MATH) in November and December 2014.

The topic of this conversation will be Concentric Resilience Mapping. Featured panelists include Jon Cawley, Professor of Environmental Studies, Roanoke College, Principal, Environmental Transitions; and Wendy Brawer, Founder, Director, Green Map System.

To join the conversation, please register online and you will receive contact details via email.

Panelist Bios:

Wendy Brawer is an eco-designer and social innovator based on Manhattan's Lower East Side. Using maps as her vehicle for social change, she's created print and interactive editions that highlight the unique environment of NYC. Through the nonprofit Green Map System, she's helped hundreds of others in 65 countries create Green Maps for their community while gaining valuable skills and strengthening local networks. Wendy consults, speaks, and writes about this work and her other sustainability initiatives, as seen at http://EcoCultural.info

Dr. Jon Cawley, Associate Professor of Environmental Science, Roanoke College, is the past Coordinator of the Roanoke College Environmental Studies Program, serving from 2000 to 2011. His research & teaching specialties are, Environmental Science: Ecosystems Dynamics and Restoration, Appalachian Geology, Land Use; and, Environmental Studies: Transition Issues, Concentricity, Sustainability, and Resilience. Dr. Cawley's research interests center around the geologic and ecosystem history, and human historic land use within the Southern Appalachian Critical Ecosystem Region. In the northern Appalachians (Pennsylvania and New York), his work incorporates, regional history of technology: of the oil basins, charcoal iron, and various glassmaking industries. Ecosystem dynamics, systems analysis approaches and problem-solving figure into Dr. Cawley's environmental and geology consulting work.

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