Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Studies
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PhD, Environmental Science, Policy, and Management
Designated Emphasis in Gender, Women, and Sexuality
Dr. Carolina Prado has worked at the intersection of community based research, environmental justice, and border studies for the last seven years. As a first generation queer Chicana , she believes that her struggles for social and environmental justice should create an impact on both sides of the border. Her current work is using environmental justice mapping indices in the U.S. as a guide to create a spatial analysis of environmental inequality in the border city of Tijuana, México. She is also passionate about food justice and anti-domestic violence work.
Forthcoming Just Community Participation and Border Environmental Governance: A view from the Border 2020 program.Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning.
Summer 2019 Border Environmental Justice and Governance Apertures. Environmental Politics. 1-20.
Fall 2015 Passing the Sage: Our Sacred Testimonio as CuranderaScholarActivists in Academia. Co- authors: Alejandra Gonzalez, Irene Lara, Sophia Lujan Rivera, and Carmen Rodriguez. Chicana/Latina Studies. 15.1.
ENVS 01: Introduction to Environmental Issues
ENVS 194: Environmental Studies Internship
ENVS 198: Senior Seminar
ENVS 250: Introduction to Environmental Thought and Philosophy
Community Based Research Projects
2018-2020 Principal Investigator. “The Impact of Community Leadership Programs on Community Capacity and Leadership Activities.” In collaboration with CommUniverCity. San José, CA.
2017-2018 Principal Investigator. “Barrio Logan Community Indoor Air Quality Monitoring Project.” In collaboration with the Environmental Health Coalition. San Diego, CA.
2017 Principal Investigator. “Climate Solutions Messages and Messaging in the Narrative Landscape of 2017.” In collaboration with The Solutions Project. Oakland, CA.
2016 Principal Investigator. “The Elements Successful Community Supported Agriculture Programs in Oakland, CA.” In collaboration with Phat Beets Produce. Oakland, CA.
2015 PrincipalInvestigator. “Alamar Community Plan Update Mapping Project.” In collaboration with Colectivo Chilpancingo, Tijuana, México.