Global Environmental Justice Observatory
The purpose of the observatory is to support research and education in the interface of the environment, social justice and human rights. It has three key components: a student-edited peer-reviewed journal, Global Environmental Justice; a podcast, entitled Liminal Spaces, featuring interviews with distinguished scholars and practitioners from around the world; and educational resources, including syllabi. In the works is an encyclopedia like feature with entries on key events, people, institutions, and concepts in global environmental justice and related fields, such as political ecology, environmental human rights, gender, race and labor studies.
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‘1.5°C to stay alive’: climate change, imperialism and justice for the Caribbean
Treating the threat of climate change in the Caribbean as a case study instructive for responses globally, this article examines the social and political relations of climate change. It argues for an analysis taking into account the ways in which…
A Living History: The Environmental Justice Health Alliance For Chemical Policy Reform
The Environmental Justice Health Alliance for Chemical Policy Reform (EJHA) is a national network comprised of grassroots and advocacy environmental justice organizations located across the country that are built on the history of environmental and economic justice. EJHA affiliate groups…
A People’s History of Utilities
This brief timeline tries to put the different institutions and infrastructure that makes up our energy system today within the context of political and power struggles. How our energy system runs or is governed is not a given. It is…
An Invitation to Save the Planet by Ending White Supremacy
A racist system that values some lives over others helps to fuel the climate crisis.
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