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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.

Environmental Health, Environmental Justice, Jennifer D. Roberts, Spring 2024

Don’t Get In The Water: Blue Space Racism and the Drowning of Black Bodies

Professor Jennifer D. Roberts of University of Maryland School of Public Health discusses the prevalence of blue space racism.

March 25, 2024

Biodiversity, Brian M. Griffiths, Environmental Justice, Food & Water, Spring 2024, Sustainability

Food, Culture, and Conservation in Maijuna Lands

A creative nonfiction piece by Assistant Professor Griffiths on his research with Peruvian Indigenous Maijunas.

March 15, 2024

Cecilia Cassidy, Climate Change, Environmental Justice, Food & Water, Marcus King, Spring 2024

Climate Change and the Water Weapon: How Rising Temperatures are Expanding the Footprint of Conflict

Georgetown Professor Marcus King delineates the implications of water crisis on conflict across the globe

March 8, 2024

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