Global Environmental Justice Conference
The Yale Center for Environmental Justice and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) are partnering this year to present the 2022 Conference “Reimagining Our Collective Future: Advancing Climate Justice in Food Security and Energy Transition in an Age of Uncertainty”
The Yale Center for Environmental Justice is a joint undertaking between Yale School of the Environment and Yale Law School, in partnership with the Yale Center for the Study of Race, Indigeneity, and Transnational Migration. YCEJ is committed to strengthening institutional capacity to empower frontline communities to lead change by catalyzing partnerships and expanding interdisciplinary research, teaching, and practice in environmental justice. In addition, YCEJ promotes an expanded definition of environmental justice, recognizing the lived experiences and interconnected systemic inequities that shape environmental inequality.
Registration is open for the 2022 Global Environmental Justice Conference!
SCOTUS Roundtable with Gerald Torres, Sheila Foster & Breya Johnson
YCEJ faculty director, Gerald Torres, was featured on The Coolest Show for a roundtable on the current decisions made by SCOTUS. Listen to the episode here! Hosted by Rev. Yearwood, The Coolest Show podcast reimagines how Black, Indigenous, and Brown people thrive in our environment.
Yale Energy Justice Speaker Series: Spring 2022
Community Advocacy and Organizing
Denise Abdul-Rahman; NAACP Environmental Climate Justice Team
Energy Justice and Renewable Energy Development
Zaid Ashai; CEO, Nexamp
Yale Global Environmental Justice Conference 2021
2021 Conference Panel 1
Moderated by Laura Bozzi
Panelists: Chéri Smith, Diana Hernandez, Daniel Aldana Cohen, Shannon Baker-Branstetter
Discussants: Rory Stewart, Narasimha Rao