EJ / CJ DIGITAL HUB
ENVIRONMENTAL & CLIMATE JUSTICE STUDIES
EJ/CJ brings together scholars to engage with these global drivers of environmental and climate crisis and investigate their deep structures and histories. We seek to produce critical knowledges at the intersection of the humanities and social sciences, build transformative knowledge networks that bridge academic, social movement, and policy domains, and actively intervene publicly in each of these crucial zones of conflict.
EJ/CJ is currently comprised of seven Constituent Projects and convenes nine UCSB scholars: Alenda Chang, John Foran, Summer Gray, Hahrie Hahn, Ken Hiltner, Melody Jue, ann-elise lewallen, David Pellow, and Richard Widick. If you think that your work can contribute to our mission of building the UC community of Environmental and Climate Justice Studies, we invite you to contact us and tell us how you would like to get involved.
Please scroll down and visit our Constituent Projects, our news and events calendars, and our pathways into emergent environmental/climate governance and social movements at every scale, as well as our growing archives of EJ/CJ films, photography, literature, and manifestos from around the world.