Ask the Expert: Evan Mallen on Local Climate Change
Fri Aug 07 | 7pm-8:30pm | Virtual
In our new Ask the Expert series, we're hosting experts from around the city to have open conversations and explore various topics relating to our urban forest.
Our first presentation in the series will be led by engaging speaker Dr. Evan Mallen, a Postdoctoral Fellow in Georgia Tech's Center for Teaching and Learning. Evan will discuss the drivers of local and global climate change and the links between them. He'll also uncover Atlanta's changing climate, and teach participants how they can better adapt and lessen the impacts of climate change in the future.
Don't forget to bring your questions for Evan on local climate change and all things sustainability. Participants can submit their questions before the event using this form: https://forms.gle/kzj77rU4RNubmDoV9.
Dr. Evan Mallen is a researcher in Georgia Tech's Urban Climate Lab and Postdoctoral Fellow in the Georgia Tech's Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), working primarily to advance and develop new faculty teaching and learning initiatives while leading the Tech to Teaching Capstone course. Evan strives to enhance sustainability curriculum in partnership with the Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain and the Regional Centre of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development (RCE) Greater Atlanta. Evan is a graduate of the City & Regional Planning doctoral program, where he studied Environmental Planning and Climate Change. He teaches Urban Environmental Planning & Design and created the undergraduate Sustainable Cities Studio. Evan holds a BS in Physics and a Master of Urban Planning both from the University of Michigan, where he later served as a research associate with the Great Lakes Adaptation Assessment for Cities and the Great Lakes Integrated Sciences and Assessments. He continues his research with Georgia Tech's Urban Climate Lab where he focuses on urban heat island mitigation and public health response with international public, private, and academic collaborators. In Atlanta, Evan regularly contributes to local sustainability planning initiatives through public lectures, workshops, and advisory committees, collaborating with groups such as Trees Atlanta, Central Atlanta Progress, the Urban Catalyst Lab, and Atlanta's emerging Urban Ecology Framework.
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