(un)Just Sustainabilities online Exhibit

This online exhibit for Professor Heather Bedi’s Environmental and Social Justice class allows Dickinson College students to reflect on environmental injustices and demographic trends in their neighborhood, town, city, or state. In defining just sustainabilities, Agyeman et al. (2003) argue that social and economic inequalities across place exacerbate environmental injustices. They advocate for human equality to be central in sustainability efforts. Students explore (un) just sustainabilities in their place through a paper and a publicly exhibited zero-waste visual or audio project.

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School Gardens in Gwinnett County, Georgia

  School gardens can serve as a great way to combat food insecurity and facilitate community outreach. In my place,…

Protecting Waterways in the NYC Watershed

  New York City and a few other counties in southern New York State receive water from the Delaware and…

Open Space, Healthy Mind: Access to Open Space in Danbury, CT

Danbury, Connecticut has a diverse population with ranges of race, wealth, education levels, and overall population density. The city of…

Fast Food Prevalence; Analyzing fast food restaurants in South Central Los Angeles and who is impacted 

The city in which I chose to analyze for this project is Los Angeles. Because of the fact that Los…

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