Dr. Brinkley’s research has been covered with policy briefs, op-eds and interviews in venues such as CityLab, National Public Radio, and the Sacramento Bee. Please reach out via email if you would like to schedule an interview: ckbrinkley (at) uc davis.edu @CatBrinkley

“Growing calls to legalize U.S. street vendors post pandemic” Thomas Reuters Foundation, 2021

“Taking it to the Street: Food Vending During and After COVID” The Conversation, 2021

“How the Sacramento Region Plans to End Food Insecurity” The Sacramento Bee, 2021

“Food insecurity in Sacramento” CapRadio, 2021

“Entendu / Entretien : Les villes comme récifs coralliens et entités rugueuses : penser un autre modèle urbain pour favoriser le lien entre ville et agriculture”Urbanités, février 2021, en ligne.

“How pandemics have changed American cities – often for the better” The Conversation, 2020

“Civic Innovation During Pandemics” WORT FM, March, 2020

“One Health” The Implications Podcast 2020

“Repackaging Food Ideas: Davis sets ambitious goals for the future of its food system” Comstock’s, 2020

Catherine Brinkley, Grace Perry, Deema Tamimi and Ann Evans co-authored the “Food and Economic Development (FED) in Davis” report.

 “Community Energy” National Public Radio January, 2019

“Why community-owned grocery stores like co-ops are the best recipe for revitalizing food deserts” The Conversation, 2019

“Research You Can Use: Reid Ewing considers rugosity.” The American Planning Association magazine Planning Jan 2019 issue.

“Backyard Poultry Regulations” CityLab, March 2018