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Environmental Justice

These pieces focus on those disadvantaged by global change and emphasize debate and solutions for a more equitable, sustainable world.

Biodiversity, Climate Change, Environmental Justice, Madhura Shembekar, Summer 2023

Extinction Rebellion: Inciting Controversy–and Conversation–Since 2018 

Extinction Rebellion, a U.K.-based, radical environmental group, uses public acts of civil disobedience to spark conversation about the climate emergency.

September 21, 2023

Environmental Justice, Food & Water, Summer 2023, Yuki Kato

Urban Cultivation Matters

Urban farms provide a variety of social benefits to the communities that tend them by challenging capitalistic systems of social inequity. However, growers face a host of bureaucratic and institutional challenges that prevent them from creating and sustaining urban farms.

September 1, 2023

Candice Powers, Environmental Justice, Spring 2023

Stewardship of Oceans Should Belong to the First Nations People

First Nations People have sustainably stewarded the oceans for centuries. Now modern practices must make room for them to lead in a sustainable mariculture future.

June 20, 2023

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