What does it look like to promote equity, diversity, and inclusion in national parks, national forests, and other public lands and water? What does it mean to manage public lands for environmental justice? What are indigenous perspectives on public land management? What might a historical perspective add to our understanding? Please join us for this exciting event! More details are available Read More …
Are you an artist from a frontline community and/or community of color? Showcase your work on Friday, April 20th, at Breath of Fresh Air, featuring artists from frontline communities and communities of color. Submission deadline: April 14th
Cascadia Action Network is hosting #YouthvGov Fair, an event dedicated to creating awareness surrounding the upcoming Juliana v. Trump trial, with the goal of pushing the Trump administration to establish a climate recovery plan based on science.
Join us on May 9-11 for a CEF co-sponsored event organized by Professor Sarah Wald. The event coincides with and supports the annual Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change Lecture, offered this year by Dr. Karletta Chief and Dr. Margaret Hiza Redsteer. Please join us! Link below. Link to EJ, Race, and Public Lands Schedule
Mellon award story in Around the O The CEF has won a 600K award from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support student and faculty research in the interdisciplinary study of environmental problems and solutions.