Food for Thought

Food for Thought A Conversation on Community Microfarming & the Movement for Equitable Food Systems UCI students and CRECE Microfarm volunteers during their service learning trip on November 16, 2019. By Esmeralda Hic and Clara Leopo, January 1, 2020. Food for Thought was a collaborative event between the UCI Sustainability [...]

Food for Thought2020-02-20T10:52:13-08:00

The North Pole Show Comes to Campus

The North Pole Show Comes to Campus Click to download PDF Executive Produced by award-winning actor and activist Rosario Dawson, The North Pole: Season Two is a political comedy web series about four friends in North Oakland, California, who fight, dream, and plot hilarious schemes to stay rooted as their neighborhood [...]

The North Pole Show Comes to Campus2021-02-23T11:37:06-08:00

CooperAcción: A Curriculum on Co-ops

CooperAcción: A Curriculum on Co-ops By Ambereen Siddiqui, October 30, 2019. What comes to mind when you hear the word “economy”? I cycle between corruption, exploitation, and can we actually eat the rich? However, last week at CooperAcción Santa Ana, a cooperative business development program, we learned that the origin of the word [...]

CooperAcción: A Curriculum on Co-ops2020-03-03T11:45:38-08:00

Resilience Performance Lab

Resilience Performance Lab Instructed by Giulia Vittori   Click to download as PDF Join UCI Community Resilience Projects and Community member Giulia Vittori for an experimental and experiential workshop: Resilience Performance Lab. What:          A workshop using tools from improvisation and theatre to             [...]

Resilience Performance Lab2020-02-20T10:54:20-08:00

Friends of the Earth

From Small Town Girl to Big Green and Back Again Photo taken during a team building exercise during SISL 2016. By Esmeralda Hic, September 17, 2019. By every definition, I am a small town girl. I was born and raised in the Coachella Valley, a rural desert community located in southern [...]

Friends of the Earth2020-03-03T11:45:08-08:00

Encuentro: The Possibility of Togetherness

The Possibility of Togetherness by Esmeralda Hic, September 2019 Poster hung up in the Menīkānaehkem Community Rebuilders community center within the Menominee Nation. This center is often used as an organizing space as well as a place for community. We were welcomed here by community members for the duration of our stay. [...]

Encuentro: The Possibility of Togetherness2020-03-03T11:43:29-08:00

October 2019 UC Food and Climate Fellows Leadership Training

October 2019 UC Food and Climate Fellows Leadership Training PROGRAM OVERVIEW This training was offered to select 2019-20 student fellows of the UC President’s Carbon Neutrality (CNI) and Global Food (GFI) Initiatives by UC Irvine Community Resilience Projects and the UCOP Office of Sustainability. All 2019-20 CNI and GFI fellows were eligble to attend, [...]

October 2019 UC Food and Climate Fellows Leadership Training2020-02-20T10:56:36-08:00

Community Resilience highlighted in UCI’s 2019 Sierra ranking

Community Resilience highlighted in UCI's 2019 Sierra ranking Sierra magazine has named the University of California, Irvine No. 1 in the nation and No. 2 overall in its annual “Cool Schools” ranking of sustainability leaders among U.S. and Canadian colleges. Thompson Rivers University in British Columbia got the top spot. Today’s [...]

Community Resilience highlighted in UCI’s 2019 Sierra ranking2020-02-20T10:57:21-08:00

Student Prizes

Student Prizes Three students affiliated with UCI Community Resilience received school and campus awards in spring 2019.  Emanuel Preciado, School of Social Ecology, Dean's Award for Community Engagement. The School of Social Ecology encourages students to contribute their talents and become active members of the community while they are pursuing their academic studies. Each [...]

Student Prizes2020-02-20T10:58:00-08:00
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