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.

Get in touch


Ski Resorts and Climate Change: An unknown future

EJP Research Fellow Loïc Giaccone was recently interviewed for an Outside media story on the future of ski resorts in a changing climate (in French). A brief summary: Ski areas are threatened by…

February 1, 2023


Conference from Gaël Giraud at Rennes Ecole Normale Supérieure: Rethinking Economics

Professor and Director of the Georgetown Environmental Justice Program Gaël Giraud gave a talk at Rennes Ecole Normale Supérieure (France) in November 2022 as part of a series of lectures on the…

January 31, 2023


Climate Justice Discussion with Belynda Petrie and Gaël Giraud

In 2021, the Center for Values in International Development hosted a series of discussions on ethical development. The fifth and final of these conferences were devoted to climate justice. There…

January 30, 2023