Liliana is an innovative and interdisciplinary thinker with a strong foundation in quantitative science and natural inclination towards social connection. She works at the intersection of environmental science, urban studies, and change management. Her focus is on building sustainable and resilient communities for all people, plants, animals, and non-living matter on earth. Equity and social justice are placed at the core of her work in any discipline. She looks forward to advancing her career in higher education, research, project management, and coalition-building.
Sharing an awesome profile that was done about me and my sustainability work in prisons! Check it out: http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/articles/2016/09/sustainable-women-series-fostering-sustainability-in-prisons.html
Portland is a city with a beautifully textured landscape; it is rich with history, yet currently undergoing rapid change. Here is a look at nine unique landscapes across Portland, shedding light on what has changed, what we revere, and ultimately who we are as Portlanders. Wilshire Park North East Portland 1955 and 2017 The … Continue reading Portland Landscapes – Then and Now
Hydraulic fracturing (fracking) must be completely banned. The Earth is barreling towards severe green house gas induced climate change and is flirting with the tipping point towards unstoppable disaster. Now is the time to actively work towards zero dependence on fossil fuels; it is not the time to expand dirty and violent extraction practices. Although … Continue reading An American Addiction: Going “Cold Turkey” on Fracking and all Fossil Fuels
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