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January 14, 2023 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

As a part of the series, Science Against Capitalism: The Role of Biophysical Sciences in Building A Sustainable Future for All, Dr. Suzanne Pierre, ecologist and biogeochemist, will give a talk on microbial ecologies and critical ecology. This is a hybrid event – it will take place in-person and will be livestreamed. You can RSVP below. 

Learn more about the series here.  

Dr. Suzanne Pierre is a microbial ecologist and biogeochemist working in soil. She is passionate about how climate, physiology, and plant-microbe interactions set the stage for elemental cycling on Earth, and addresses these questions using an interdisciplinary suite of tools from microbial ecology, stable isotope mass spectrometry,  and plant ecophysiology, and more. Her technical expertise includes nutrient and carbon cycling in plant and microbial systems experiencing climate change. Pierre is the founder and lead investigator of the Critical Ecology Lab – a nonprofit organization researching the intersection of global ecological change, social justice, and liberation of oppressed peoples. She speaks and writes about the intersections of identity, liberation, and ecology in publications such as MOLD, Loam, and a forthcoming nonfiction book and is a 2022 National Geographic Wayfinder Award recipient.

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January 14, 2023
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4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
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The People’s Forum
320 West 37th Street
New York, NY 10018 United States
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347-695-1095
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