Julia Perbohner climate justice coordinator for the Rocky Mountain NAACP. Sshe focuses on state to federal climate spending related to environmental justice issues as well as equitable building decarbonization. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in ecosystem science and sustainability with a minor in economics in 2021. Julia has worked within various governmental and nonprofit sectors on a plethora of environmental issues, from soil, to transportation, to agriculture, to equity.
When it comes to addressing the imminent threats of climate change, discussions often swirl around stark scientific data, carbon footprints, and global agreements. Yet, in these data-driven dialogues, a potent weapon in the climate action arsenal is often overshadowed — design. As Richard Farson eloquently noted, design has the capacity to mend the broken threads […]