Current undergraduate students

In this three-part series of activities and conversations, we ask ourselves what does it mean to create a collaborative and inclusive learning environment on campus to address climate complexity across different knowledge systems?

KI professor Mathieu Feagan has recently published his work in the journal Urban Transformations.

Read the paper: Critical pedagogical designs for SETS knowledge co-production: online peer- and problem-based learning by and for early career green infrastructure experts

In addition, he and colleagues Marta Berbes and Nandita Basu received the Climate Institute/Water Institute Seed Grant (NFRF International) for their project, “Nature-based solutions for urban Latin America: Imagining alternative pathways for urban resilience”, ($15,000).