As science and society better understand the challenges of global climate change, colleges and universities must prepare students to be environmentally just actors. To prepare tomorrow’s leaders, today’s educators must foster a culture of environmental justice on college campuses through independent efforts and collaborations between faculty and staff. This article examines the potential for student and academic affairs to collaborate to enhance students’ learning about environmental justice through liberal arts education. The author also provides examples of pro-environmental work done in student and academic affairs and introduces opportunities for collaboration between staff and faculty.
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Wells, A. M. (2014). Developing Faculty-Staff Collaborations to Foster a Culture of Environmental Justice. Georgia Journal of College Student Affairs, 30(2). https://doi.org/10.20429/gcpa.2014.300206