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Wednesday, Sep 23, 12:30 PM EDT · 1 hour 30 minutes

Connecting Sustainable Scientific Research and Social Justice

September 23, 2020 at 12:30:00 PM · Eastern Time (US & Canada)
About This Webinar

Discussions of social justice and equity are often overlooked aspects of sustainability within the laboratory sustainability field. Many of us focus on environmental impacts of research and the economic benefits of sustainability innovation, but social justice and equity are often left out of the conversation. Experts have long defined sustainability as happening in the overlap of environmental, economic, social, and culturally sound processes, practices, and efforts. The goal of this presentation is to help participants start to make connections between laboratory facilities, research, and social justice issues, and to expand our understanding of sustainability. This session will help participants understand how social justice and equity relate to research spaces, with specific examples that can be shared and implemented in other labs. Researchers, lab managers, designers, engineers, architects, administrators, and green labs facilitators all have something to gain from this presentation, which will enable participants to be more aware of equity issues that are connected to the laboratory environment and the intensive resource use of the research enterprise. All levels of awareness of social justice issues are welcome.

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Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Green Lab Program Coordinator, University of Georgia
With a background in wildlife biology and ecology, Star Scott spent nearly a decade as a research professional in conservation-driven research at the University of Georgia (UGA) prior to joining the Office of Research Safety as a chemical safety specialist. During this time, she developed and advocated for a Green Lab program at UGA. In 2016, the program was created with Star as the Green Lab Program Coordinator. Star is passionate about conservation, sustainability, and research. She is a member of the International Institute for Sustainable Laboratories (I2SL) Laboratory Waste Landfill Diversion working group, the I2SL University Alliance Group, the Campus Safety, Health, and Environmental Management Association (CSHEMA) Environmental and Sustainability Community of Practice, and the Bringing Efficiency to Research (BETR) Grants working group. Star is the CSHEMA representative for The Higher Education Associations Sustainability Consortium (HEASC), as well as the co-vice president for the Georgia chapter of I2SL.
Webinar hosting presenter
Operations Manager, My Green Lab
Christina Greever is operations manager for the laboratory sustainability nonprofit My Green Lab, where she provides administrative and programmatic support, manages the International Laboratory Freezer Challenge, and is responsible for communication with our community. She was formerly the Program Assistant and Outreach Coordinator for CU Green Labs at the University of Colorado Boulder, beginning in 2015. She holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from Lewis & Clark College, and currently resides in Salt Lake City.
Documents
BioSurplus_Services_2020.pdf
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Resizing-Your-Lab_White-Paper.pdf
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