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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Climate Change, Environmental Activism, and Disability
People with disabilities are on the front lines of the climate crisis. Efforts to address the crisis must include them.
Climate Justice is Migrant Justice
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Detroiters Working for Environmental Justice
Detroiters Working for Environmental Justice —or DWEJ for short —is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the environmental and economic health of the Detroit community. DWEJ champions a healthy environment for all people through innovative, thoughtful community and policy actions…
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