We propose a meeting of practitioners and experts from institutions across North America that represent key players in graduate sustainability leadership training.
This Pursuit uses two rich historical case studies from the premodern Mediterranean and North Atlantic worlds to interrogate the linkages between different types of socio-environmental interactions over decadal and centennial scales.
Access to clean water is a fundamental human right. Though water quality has been examined in environmental justice research, the degradation of domestic water resources has been overlooked, especially in areas with a legacy of extractive industries. Water quality environmental justice research almost exclusively studies after-the-tap water quality, rather than ambient surface water and groundwater.
The human evolutionary science (HES) and socio-environmental climate science (SECS) communities both study adaptation but mean different things by it.
Our proposed volume, Foundations of Social-Environmental Research, seeks to address the fragmentation of knowledge production associated with socio-environmental research by providing a single, go-to source of classic readings and contemporary theories that constitute the intellectual lineage and current scope of socio-environmental resear
This Pursuit will combine the expertise of social and environmental scientists, NGOs, and government officials to examine where, when, how and why conflicts arise over water.