The Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability (CEJS) brings together scholars from a variety of fields to advance scholarship and influence policy by examining the interface between natural systems and human activities such as water use, energy and food production, transportation, recreational activities, conservation of biodiversity, restoration ecology, animal welfare, educational attainment, and by examining a host of other features of the social and political landscape that influence the human valuation and use of Earth’s goods and eco-systems.
(For a web-based list of journals related to environmental justice and sustainability, click here. The listing includes only those journals to which faculty have access through SU library subscriptions or open access. Hover over a journal title for a brief description.)
Inspired by the Jesuit commitment to environmental justice, the CEJS leads with a deep understanding of environmental justice that includes:
The core CEJS activities (Table 1) are to promote: