Public Outreach

* = invited


  • *Baker, L., S. Hobbie, and K. Nelson. 2011. Household and Urban Pollution, Café Scientific, Bell Museum Program, Bryant-Lake Bowl, January 18.

  • *Nelson, K. 2011. Bell Museum – Walk About in the Sustainable Shelters Exhibit: Household Ecosystems Discussion, January 13.


  • Baker, L. Approaches for estimating urban CO2 emissions. City of Golden Valley Planning Commission, March 23, 2009.

  • Baker, L., and K. Nelson. Twin Cities Household Ecosystem Project. Twin Cities Research Group Brown Bag, March 11, 2009.

  • Baker, L., Twin Cities Household Ecosystem Project – CO2 footprints and beyond. Faith United Methodist Church, St. Anthony Park, February 22, 2009.

  • Nidzgorski, D. Household ecosystems. 2009 Northland Bioneers Conference (audience = general public interested in sustainability). October 25, 2009.

  • Panzer, S. and K. Nelson. 2009. Twin Cities Household Ecosystem Project: Creating Partnerships with Watershed Districts in Anoka and Ramsey County. Series of presentations to the Ramsey Washington Metro Watershed District, June 15, 2009; Capitol Region Watershed District, June 15, 2009; Coon Creek Watershed District, June 16, 2009; Vadnais Lake Area Watershed Management Organization, June 25, 2009; and Rice Creek Watershed District, July 9, 2009.


  • Baker, L. Twin Cities Household Ecosystems Project: Carbon footprints and beyond. MN Chapter, American Planning Association, December 18, 2008.