The Beyond Enviornmental Injustice Research and Teaching collective supports educators working against environmental injustice in diverse settings, in diverse ways. It is open to all, including students who want to help us carry Beyond Environmental Injustice (B-EiJ) teaching forward in both formal and informal educational settings (working with kids, elders and all between).
The EiJ Teaching Team launched the collective so that we could learn from and support other EiJ educators while building a geographically extensive, intergenerational and interdisciplinary network through which our students can stay connected with each other after our course is complete. The network is one among many tactics we use to draw our students into a community-of-practice working against environmental injustice.
Tim Schütz, "EiJ Research and Teaching Collective", contributed by Kim Fortun, Kaitlyn Rabach, Tim Schütz and Prerna Srigyan, STS Infrastructures, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 28 January 2021, accessed 1 August 2021.