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

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

« 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.

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