Summer School in Barcelona
on Degrowth and Environmental Justice, June 25th – July 7th 2017
Are greener cities more equitable?
A Pilot Study in Barcelona
Food Privilege & Gentrification
Our studies on the changing role of food in ethnic communities
Alternative Tour of Barcelona
Exploring the city's contested spaces
Critical Urban Health Seminar
May 4th, 2017: Housing Insecurity and Fuel Poverty
TESS Policy Briefs
Towards European Societal Sustainability: The Role of Community-Based Initiatives
In partnership with ICTA-UAB and IMIM institutes in Barcelona
Critically assessing the motivations of urban sustainability intiatives and their effects, such as green gentrification.
Health & Equity
Analyzing the patterns and causes of health inequality embedded in urbanization processes.
Identifying how economic and political forces on a global scale shape urban environmental outcomes at a local level.
Developing the next generation of spatial analytic tools for analyzing urban environmental justice.