Embracing forgotten shorelines
Redwood City, May 2019

Many cities in California and around the world are re-orienting their urban fabric to embrace not only their forgotten shorelines, but also their forgotten natural and human histories. Erika joined Redwood City stakeholders to explore how culture and design can help re-connect. Embracing forgotten shorelines is the last of a 3-part speaker series organized by Redwood City's Parks and Arts Foundation.

Latinxs and the environment
Berkeley, April, 2019

Erika joined academics, policymakers and community organizations to discuss the intersection of climate change, urban planning, environmental justice, health and environment. Latinxs and the Environment is a University of California, Berkeley initiative led by the Center of Latinx Policy Research and the College of Natural Resources.

El futuro de la consulta pública en México
Publicado en Animal Político, Marzo, 2019

La consulta pública es un elemento vital de la democracia, pero su deficiente implementación puede generar efectos contraproducentes a la revitalización de la vida pública y democrática de México.

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Cultural planning
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