Associate professor, landscape architecture & environmental planning and urban design, UC Berkeley
Kristina Hill brings a knowledge of urban ecology and hydrology to urban design and social justice issues. Her primary area of work is adapting urban districts and shore zones to the new challenges of rapid sea level rise. She is working on a book proposing new ways of adapting urban waterfronts to climate change while addressing social justice and biodiversity protection.
Sessions as a Speaker
P11) Climate Change Primer: Responding to Global Impacts of Human Activity
29 October 2017
11:15 am – 12:15 pm
- University of California, Berkeley: Wheeler Hall Auditorium