Professor Dr. Julian Agyeman lectures on “Just Sustainabilities”

. March 31, 2018.
JULIAN-Agyeman

Dr. Julian Agyeman, Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning at Tufts University, is the originator of the concept of ‘just sustainabilities‘ – the full integration of social justice and sustainability. Defined as ‘the need to ensure a better quality of life for all, now and into the future, in a just and equitable manner, whilst living within the limits of supporting ecosystems,’ Agyeman discusses urban planning through the lens of environmental justice, addressing access to fresh food and public transportation as central to the sustainability of urban centers.

4-5:30pm
Wednesday, March 14

Samuel T. Dana Building, room 1040
julianagyeman.com

Free

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