“Sustainability” has become quite the buzz word, evoking images of solar panels, rooftop gardens, and recycling bins. But too rarely do we ask the question: How do we build the world we want to sustain for future generations? From the University of Utah’s Sustainability Office comes Sustain, a podcast that highlights environmental justice research and scholarship by the University of Utah community. Podcast host Maria Archibald sits down with U faculty and students to learn how the sustainability movement can build and sustain a world in which environmental integrity, social equity, and economic security prosper. New episodes will be released monthly.
October 7, 2021: Latinx Belonging in Utah: ‘This is Home’ (Dr. Armando Solorzano, associate professor of Ethnic Studies and Family and Consumer Studies)
September 13, 2021: Indigenous Belonging in Alaska and Beyond The United States of Inequality: Political and Economic Challenges and Remedies (Dr. Thomas Michael Swensen, assistant professor of Ethnic Studies)
August 9, 2021: The United States of Inequality: Political and Economic Challenges and Remedies (Dr. Juliet Carlisle, associate professor of Political Science and Dr. Tom Maloney, professor of Economics)
July 12, 2021: Dr. Lazarus Adua, University of Utah assistant professor in Sociology
June 7, 2021: Dr. Danielle Endres, University of Utah professor in Communication
May 4, 2021: Dr. Hokulani K. Aikau, University of Utah associate professor in Ethnic & Gender Studies
March 15, 2021: Kerry Case, University of Utah chief sustainability officer
Transcriptions coming soon!