Chantelise Pells

Chantelise Pells
University of California, Merced | UCM · Department of Environmental Engineering

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
I'm currently working on a report for the State of California: California Climate Change Assessment for the San Joaquin Valley Region

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Publications (14)
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There is a surge of interest in reaching social and environmental justice in California's disadvantaged communities by governments, non-governmental organizations, and academia. However, actions taken so far are insufficient to reduce those inequities substantially. We propose the lack of effective policies and relevant scientific work results in p...
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Low-income, rural frontline communities of California's Central Valley experience environmental and socioeconomic injustice, water insecurity, extremely poor air quality, and lack of fundamental infrastructure (sewage, green areas, health services), which makes them less resilient. Many communities depend financially on agriculture, while water sca...
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Low-income, rural frontline communities of California’s Central Valley experience environmental and socioeconomic injustice that makes them less resilient, including lack of fundamental infrastructure (sewage, green areas, health services), water insecurity, and the lowest air quality in the United States. These communities often depend financially...
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California’s Climate Change Assessment for the San Joaquin Valley addresses the effects of climate change on people, agriculture, infrastructure, and the environment. https://www.energy.ca.gov/sites/default/files/2022-01/CA4_CCA_SJ_Region_Eng_ada.pdf
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El Informe de la Región del Valle de San Joaquin sobre los impactos del cambio climático habla sobre los efectos del cambio climático en las gentes, la agricultura, las infraestructuras, y el medio ambiente. Disponible en https://www.energy.ca.gov/sites/default/files/2022-01/CA4_CCA_SJ_RegionHilites_Spanish_ada.pdf
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Frontline communities of California experience disproportionate social, economic, and environmental injustices, and climate change is exacerbating the root causes of inequity in those areas. Yet, climate adaptation and mitigation strategies often fail to meaningfully address the experience of frontline community stakeholders. Here, we present three...
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Frontline communities experience social, economic, and environmental injustices, and climate change is exacerbating the root causes of injustice in those areas. Yet, climate adaptation and mitigation strategies often fail to meaningfully address the experience of frontline community stakeholders. Here, we present three challenges, three errors, and...

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Contribute to opinion paper coordinated by Angel Fernandez Bou and Pablo Ortiz Partida. My contribution will focus on including indigenous peoples in climate and technical research.
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To provide an overview of Climate Change impacts in SJV. My work is to compile the human dimension with a focus on disadvantaged communities.