Galvanizing Tomorrow’s Civic Leaders: The Intersection Between Voting and Urban Sustainability

By: Elizabeth Walsh, Grand Challenges Cohort Program Coordinator, Urban Sustainability Cohort As Election Day draws closer, every American citizen has the hard-won opportunity to cast our votes in service of our personal visions of the public good. In the wake of the global coronavirus pandemic, the onslaught of deadly wildfires, hurricanes and extreme weather associated … Continue reading Galvanizing Tomorrow’s Civic Leaders: The Intersection Between Voting and Urban Sustainability

Galvanizing Tomorrow’s Civic Leaders: The Intersection Between Voting and Food and Housing Insecurity

By: Nantiya Ruan, Professor, Sturm College of Law; Heather Martin, Teaching Professor, Writing Program Housing and food insecurity impacts many Coloradans. The causes of housing and food insecurity include systemic income inequality and lack of access to affordable housing and other critical services.  In order to address these systemic problems, voting for representatives that support … Continue reading Galvanizing Tomorrow’s Civic Leaders: The Intersection Between Voting and Food and Housing Insecurity