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I am interested in social-ecological restoration policy development in a world in dire need of healing:
How can environmental policy help dismantle white supremacy, partriarchy, and classism?
How can ecological restoration support human health and community wellbeing?
How can the equity-oriented principles of “targeted universalism” be applied to ecological restoration and climate change resiliency policy?
What are the “entry points” for transforming a community’s relationship to its natural environment away from negligence and exploitation and towards connection and stewardship?
As the Heart Sutra states, form is empty and emptiness is form. If this is true, what are the implications for hands-on clinical practice?
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