Environmental Justice through an Intersectional Lens, March 8

For International Women's Day, the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences has invited a panel of scholars and practitioners to discuss the politics of environmental (in)justice.

The panelists include:

  • Dr. Diana Lewis  |  Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Environmental Health Governance (Tier II) and Assistant Professor, Geography, Environment and Geomatics 

  • Dr. Klaire Gain | Assistant Professor, Social Justice & Peace Studies, King’s University College 

  • Cheyenne Sundance  |  Project Coordinator, Black Environmental Initiative 

  • Lily Barraclough  |  Climate Fellow, Inspiring Communities

It will be held on Friday, March 8, 2024, from 12-1:30 pm (EST), either online or in-person at the Macdonald Institute, Room 129. Lunch will be served to those attending in-person.

RSVP or learn more about Environmental Justice through an Intersectional Lens.

Poster with shadows of trees in various colours along the top, with a black, yellow, and red square staggered on top of one another, and ”#InspireInclusion” inside. The words ”Environmental justice through an intersectional lens. Join us for an important and educational conversation about advancing environmental justice” are written below. Below that is the description of the event, the panelist names and their occupation, and the date, time, location, and link for more information and registration. At the bottom is the University of Guelph, Department of Political Science, and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada logos.