Danielle Zoe Rivera
Danielle Zoe Rivera is an assistant professor of landscape architecture at the College of Environmental Design at University of California, Berkeley.
Rivera’s research examines movements for environmental and climate justice. Her current work uses community-based research methods to address the impacts of climate-induced disasters affecting low-income communities throughout South Texas and Puerto Rico. Rivera teaches environmental planning and design, community engagement, and environmental justice. She holds a PhD in urban planning from University of Michigan, a Master of Architecture from University of Pennsylvania, and a Bachelor of Architecture from Pennsylvania State University.