Eric Zeemering, Public Policy, to Present Talk on Sustainability in Baltimore (7/15)
Definitions of sustainability can vary, sometimes focusing on urban
revitalization, rehabilitating vacant housing, social health and civic
A new book out by Eric Zeemering, an assistant professor of public
policy, examines what Baltimore can do to become a more sustainable
city. The book, titled, “Collaborative Strategies for Sustainable
Cities: Economy, Environment and Community in Baltimore” (Routledge
Studies in Public Administration and Environmental Sustainability) was
published on May 28, 2014. In the above video, Zeemering shares his
research on how sustainability is defined in Baltimore, and how city
government officials, community organizations and state and federal
agencies have taken a collaborative approach to sustainability policies.
Zeemering’s teaching and research interests focus on public
management, intergovernmental relations and urban policy. He is
presenting a talk on his new book at the Enoch Pratt Free Library
Central Branch on Tuesday, July 15 at 6:30 p.m. For more information on
the event, click here.
How do you define sustainability?