Spencer Robins | KCET
Spencer Robins is a graduate student at UCLA, where he studies literature and environmentalism. His writing has also appeared in the LA Review of Books and the Paris Review.
Post date: 2018-08-22T02:22:43-07:00
From paying healthcare surcharges on bills, to advocating for higher minimum wages, diners may tip the scales in favor of sustainable restaurant labor.
Post date: 2018-06-06T19:46:52-07:00
There’s a big difference between a species being present and a species being abundant. “Bioabundance” refers not to the number of species in an area but, to the number of individual creatures present.
Post date: 2018-02-20T09:19:29-08:00
A guide to some of the visions for the L.A. River, the stakeholders involved and the conflicts that could emerge with each possibility.
Post date: 2018-02-20T08:43:18-08:00
A living interactive network visualization tracing the relationships between people, institutions, plants, animals, materials, and other forces that shape Taylor Yard and the Los Angeles River.
Post date: 2017-08-16T11:59:05-07:00
"Sea Sick in Paradise" is an art exhibition that explores surfing and the ocean in an idyllic form, as a site for inclusion and as a place that needs to be protected from environmental harm.