The Environmental Justice program at SEAS is at the forefront of the field’s teaching, research, scholarship, and activism. By recognizing the interconnectedness of social and biophysical factors, we advance both sustainability and human rights.
The fellows in the program will affirm indigenous voices, foreground social justice and empower communities at the frontlines of environmental degradation.
Social and Environmental Justice Note: Beginning September 2017, the program name for new students is Social and Environmental Justice. Social and Environmental Justice was formerly called Society, Culture and Environment.
The environmental justice movement aims to end the disproportionate impacts of environmental burdens on people of color, poor people, indigenous peoples, women, and other marginalized communities locally and globally. Among many others, environmental injustices include: Concentration of toxic waste in communities of color.
The Environmental Justice Certificate program consists of 15 credit hours. Five three-credit courses are required, with two selected from the list of four core courses, and the rest selected according to student interests and competing requirements.
This programme examines development planning in the context of environmental concerns in urban areas of the Global South. It challenges mainstream approaches to development, focusing instead upon transformative action for environmental justice.
Social and environmental justice is a way of thinking—a world view, a set of beliefs—about issues of equity as they relate to the design of the built environment. It is an approach to socio-spatial analysis and design that is inclusive of and responsive to issues of marginalization, stigma, dignity, and discrimination.
The certificate program is open to CU Boulder graduate students from all units and programs, and seeks to include scholars and practitioners from diverse disciplinary and experiential backgrounds in its development. For more information, visit the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice website.
Environmental Justice This multidisciplinary minor offers students a theoretical and an applied course of study in environmental justice, an emerging interdisciplinary field. It is designed for students who are interested in working with local and federal agencies.
Program Overview Direct community-based organizations, research solutions to critical environmental and social challenges, or lead communications and development projects for a range of organizations.
The department pursues a number of research projects focusing on the broad issues of environmental concern—OMORA, The Water Program, Center for the Study of Interdisciplinarity, The Philosophy of Food Project, and the Environmental Justice Project. University of Oregon PhD in Environmental Science, Studies, and Policy with a focus in Philosophy.
The Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability (IRES) at the University of British Columbia (UBC) is a problem-focused and curiosity-driven interdisciplinary research institute and graduate program, with interest and expertise in a wide range of topics under the realm of environment and sustainability. Our mission is to foster sustainable futures through.
The world needs you to preserve biodiversity, work for environmental justice, reinvigorate science education, guide communities in planning for climate change, and promote sustainable practices in organizations, schools, and businesses. As a team of passionate advocates, educators, and mentors, this is our mission and commitment to our students.
Master’s Degree Programme in Environmental Health and Technology is a highly multidisciplinary and research oriented programme, aiming at combining comprehensive understanding of human exposure and health effects with technological solutions to reduce the effects.. The graduate is well prepared either to highly demanding research work.
Program Requirements: To complete the graduate concentration in Environmental Justice, students are required to successfully complete the pillar course for the certificate, Foundations of Environmental Justice, along with three approved elective courses (listed below), for a total of 12 credit hours.
When you pursue a graduate degree in Philosophy at the University of North Texas, you'll join an internationally recognized program that is known for its focus on environmental ethics and philosophy. The Department of Philosophy and Religion offers course work leading to a Doctor of Philosophy degree or a Master of Arts degree in Philosophy.
Environmental Humanities is a two-year degree training the next generation of environmental leaders and thinkers. This fully-funded master’s program positions students to study climate change, resilience, advocacy and other interests in preparation for changing the world.
The Child and Adolescent Health PhD Program complements your PhD studies. As a participant, you will join more than 200 graduate researchers at the Melbourne Children’s Campus.This campus is a fully integrated paediatric teaching hospital, University department and research institute.
The Environmental Studies program at Queen’s University provides graduate-level training in the field of environmental sustainability by practicing an interdisciplinary approach to the study of the longterm nature and impacts of environmental change, the connections between today’s decisions and tomorrow’s welfare, and the strong dependence of human well-being on environmental quality.