The Center for Environmental Justice just wrapped up its second biennial "Just Sustainability" conference. Read more about JS2016 here.
How can Nicaraguan coffee farmers protect streams through on-farm wastewater treatment? How is the electric car boom affecting the nation’s power grid? What are the implications of “climate justice” for the rich and the poor?
Seattle University students and faculty are researching these questions and more at our Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability (CEJS). Our mission is to support interdisciplinary scholarship, teaching, and learning in environmental justice and sustainability.
CEJS has supported 24 faculty and student fellows since 2013. The interdisciplinary projects are from a variety of disciplinary perspectives including: business, theology, chemistry, philosophy, nursing, engineering and education Read more.
Located just a seven-minute walk from the heart of campus, CEJS is located in the Bullitt Center, the greenest commercial office building in the world. Come tour the composting toilets, gray water treatment wetland, and the building’s irresistible staircase. Read more.
Our partnership with Bailey Gatzert Elementary School provides books and tutoring for the after-school reading program. Read more.