Georgetown Environmental Justice Program

Co-visioning just pathways to a sustainable future

Our Vision

The Georgetown Environmental Justice Program (GEJP) was born of an intuition. At its core, a sustainable ecological transition must have social justice that is science-based, globally inspired, and locally enacted.

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Liberal Arts in the Age of Climate Change: Dr. Gaël Giraud on the Challenges of Sustainability Transitions

Gaël Giraud, Director of the Georgetown Environmental Justice Program and Professor at the McCourt School of Public Policy, gave the closing plenary address at the 21st annual Conversation on the…

March 20, 2023


Art Exhibition: Faces of Climate Change April 17th-22nd

In April 2023, to celebrate Earth Day, the Georgetown Environmental Justice Program is hosting Faces of Climate Change, a photography exhibition whose goal is to highlight the people who are on the…

March 9, 2023


Resources: Open Access Laudato Si’ Integral Ecology Collection

Oxford University’s Laudato Si’ Research Institute recently released an Open Access library named The Laudato Si’ Integral Ecology Collection. The aim of this collection is to provide access for…

March 6, 2023