Sustainable Justice Minor
Explore sustainability through an environmental justice lens.
Introduce students to both the environmental humanities and the environmental sciences, developing a transdisciplinary approach to solving sustainability problems.
Provide different cultural perspectives on human identity, and the way these views shape our environmental, social, and economic relations.
Encourage students’ awareness of their social, economic, and environmental behaviors and how they can promote sustainable justice in their personal and professional lives.
Students will be able to: * Recognize the interrelated nature of social, economic, and environmental issues as manifested across differences of race, class, gender, sexuality, species, and place.
Work with interdisciplinary teams to analyze and envision solutions to eco-justice problems, utilizing knowledge from the environmental humanities and sciences as well as from diverse human communities.
Apply concepts of sustainable justice to enhance inclusive well-being across human-human and human-environment relations.