Camille Tuason Mata Visiting Scholar

Freelance writer, owner of the ECOPlanning Institute

Quadrant: Environment, Culture, and Sustainability

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Visited October 2010.
Mata is the founder of and principal at The ECOPlanning Institute and a staff writer at Western Mass Women's Magazine. A freelance consultant and writer, Mata has several years of experience researching and writing about social issues and environmental justice. Her interests include cross-cultural community development, ecology, and poverty.

Contact Information

184 Plumtree Road
Sunderland, MA 01375

Selected Publications

"Learning from Environmental Justice in Viet Village Versai in New Orleans," GeoJournal 75, no. 1 (2010).

"Beyond Land Reform to Achieve Rural Community Development: The Case of the San Juan Agrarian Municipal Cooperative in the Philippines," Projections 8 (2008): 50-69.

"Examining Problems with Implementing the German Allotment Garden Model: Learning from Bungo Barangay (Cagayan de Oro, Philippines)," Planning Forum 12 (2006): 81-102.

University of Minnesota