Environmental Justice

The goal of EJCSU is to explore how and why Equity and Environmental Justice (EEJ) are important elements of the study of the environment, public health, and sustainability at CSU.

Initial Activities:
EJCSU is a multidisciplinary working group that examines how different disciplines view the six focal areas of SoGES (and beyond) from the lens of environmental justice. EJCSU hosts various events that highlight promising EJ work being conducted at CSU and in the wider community in order to help people across departments and research areas find common ground for future interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary collaboration.

Adopted at the First National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit, Washington, DC, 1991.  These principles provide an outline of the basic human requirements for environmental justice.

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