Energy justice is one of the central global issues of our time, with profound implications for health and welfare, freedom and security, equity and due process, and technology development and implementation. This course explores the intersection of energy and equity issues related to a variety of domestic and global energy dynamics, to include ways for rectifying persistent unequal distributions of energy resources to ensure reliable, clean, and affordable energy access.
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SEAS equipped me with research skills and knowledge that I now apply in my role as a trusted advisor to environmental grantmakers.
Environmental Justice Careers
Rebecca D. Hardin
Associate Professor; Faculty Director for Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
Lecturer and Inaugural Director of the Tishman Center for Social Justice and the Environment
The hallmark of the SEAS master’s program is its interdisciplinary focus. This focus can be extended even further through the pursuit of a dual degree. Because SEAS is part of one of the greatest research universities in the world, there are many dual-degree options such as Public Policy, Law, and Engineering. Each environment and sustainability field of study provides an excellent foundation for earning a dual degree. View a list of dual degree programs.