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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.

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Climate & Energy, Environmental Justice, Malina Brannen, Spring 2022

Climate Migration: the Change We Aren’t Talking About

Georgetown college student Malina Brannen breaks down the relationship between climate change and immigration policy and looks at the current state of policy domestically and internationally.

June 10, 2022

Arts & Culture, Environmental Justice, Spring 2022, What We’re Reading

What We’re Reading: The Black Side of the River: Race, Language, and Belonging in Washington D.C.

Jan Menafee, Program Specialist for Environment, Justice, and Education at the Red House at Georgetown University, reviews Dr. Jessica Grieser’s book The Black Side of the River: Race, Language, and Belonging in Washington D.C. for Common Home magazine.

June 6, 2022

Clara Chiu, Climate & Energy, Environmental Justice, Erin LeGoff, Spring 2022

The Making of Maladaptation

Georgetown alumni, Clara Chiu and Erin LeGoff explain the concept of Maladaption: when climate projects set out to do good, unintentionally make matters worse.

March 28, 2022