Students will learn about environmental justice (EJ) history, theory, framework, and practice through an interdisciplinary approach that will forcus primarily within the United States and select global examples. Students will examine how environmental impacts are inequitably experienced by those of varying race, class, gender, and region and make connections between race, power, and access. Additionally, students will analyze historical and contemporary national/state governmental and policy responses and institutional and community strategies of EJ in practice.
Prerequisite: Take ENP-200
||08/27/18 - 12/14/18