RootsTalk! Podcast #7: Sustainability in Iowa: An Interview with Charles Connerly

by Chuck Connerly

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Click the link above to listen to Professor Connerly’s conversation with Rootstalk associate editors Dechen Kangkyil and Alexandra Natalie. Past Rootstalk Associate Editor Emma Kieran composed and played the intro and outro music for this episode Rootstalk leaf-bug icon marking the end of the article's text.

About Author Chuck Connerly
Portrait image of author Chuck Connerly.
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Chuck Connerly is a professor emeritus of planning and public affairs at the University of Iowa. Prior to arriving at Iowa in 2008, he was a professor of urban and regional planning at Florida State University for 27 years. He is founder of the Iowa Initiative for Sustainable Communities, which has partnered with over 50 Iowa communities to complete over 320 community-based projects involving students and faculty across the University of Iowa. His most recent book (reviewed in Jon Andelson’s Publisher’s Note in this issue) is Green, Fair, and Prosperous: Paths to a Sustainable Iowa, published in 2020.