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Student-Led Event To Focus on Food Justice
The theme of this student-led online event April 5-9 is food justice.
Student Solutions for Clean Water
NC State’s Engineers Without Borders chapter brings potable water to an indigenous community in Guatemala.
As an MBA student, Olivia Watkins founded the Black Farmer Fund. Here, she explains how farmers united during COVID-19.
NC State Professor Wins Prestigious Fellowship to Study Indigenous Rights
As a fellow at the National Humanities Center, Dr. Ryan Emanuel will spend the next year writing a book about his research project, “Water in the Lumbee World: Environmental Justice, Indigenous Rights, and the Transformation of Home.”
Equity in Raleigh
Dr. Louie Rivers is bridging NC State and southeast Raleigh to better manage environmental justice issues.
NEPA Overhaul: Everything You Need to Know
If approved, the revisions could impact the accuracy of environmental reviews for infrastructure projects and result in disproportionate impacts to minority communities.
Does the Rising Heat in Raleigh Disproportionately Affect Low-Income and Minority Groups?
Due to a lack of green space and a gentrification pattern in Raleigh, heat is rising. Who does this impact the most?
Special Geospatial Forum to Explore Social Justice and Sustainability
On October 3, 2019, North Carolina State University will host renowned critical urban planning and environmental social science scholar and author Julian Agyeman to present his work at the intersection of social justice and sustainability, followed by a geospatial panel discussion.
Preserving History Through Design + Build
In the summer of 2019, the College of Design’s architecture Design + Build studio brought to life a unique way to preserve the history of Princeville, NC.
Four Questions About Environmental Justice
The Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity hosted a workshop to highlight environmental justice and why it matters in North Carolina and around the country.