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Recently, CRC affiliates had several opportunities to share PYOM, our interactive youth data-mapping website. The site is launching in the spring with a more user-friendly interface and updated analyses disaggregated by race/ethnicity, sex and community-type. Read more here.
Researchers across UC Davis and UC ANR focus on how to create healthy, equitable environments with and for young people. The Center for Regional Change is pleased to be a partner on HY/HE. For the next year, HY/HE will highlight the work of one person each month. Learn more here.
CRC Director Jonathan London and Collaboration Center Director Tara Zagofsky will be participating as environmental justice leaders in an Environmental Justice Teach-In on March 6 at U.S. EPA REGION 9 in San Francisco. The teach-in will create space for participants to discuss compelling environmental justice challenges and opportunities in the context of U.S. EPA Region 9's planning for the next two years. Read more here.
The Center for Regional Change is featured in the University of Southern California's latest PERE report, A Foot in Both Worlds: Institutionalizing Progressive Community-Engaged Research Centers within Universities, which explores the relationship between universities and the public through the recent development of progressive community-engaged research centers (PCERCs). The report features the stories, experiences, and unique contexts of these centers that combine engagement with a focus on shifting power and policy through rigorous research that makes its way into the public square.
The CRC's director, Jonathan London, will be serving as a panelist in a forum through the UC Davis Policy Institute: '"Sustainable Communities - Implementation Challenges and Opportunities: Improving the Models." This forum series consists of four sessions that will bring together researchers, policy-makers, and stakeholders to discuss and explore the latest research and real-world experience with implementation of SB 375 and related policies. Third in the forum series, this upcoming forum will address the current state of the models being used to guide SB 375 implementation including their ability to represent policies and strategies. It will discuss the way model results are communicated to stakeholders and the opportunities for further model development.
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