In the Spring of 2022, the Yale Center for Environmental Justice (YCEJ) and the Yale Center for Business and the Environment (CBEY) joined forces in an effort to raise awareness on energy justice and bring the voices of experts in the field to the public!
This public speaker series explores the multifaceted and exciting role of justice in the clean energy transition.
The Yale School of the Environment hosted its inaugural Energy Justice course in the Spring of 2022, co-led by Yale energy economics professor, Ken Gillingham, and by Yale law and environmental justice professor, Gerald Torres. The course will feature experts from industry, government, and non-profits. Through a collaborative approach, YCEJ and CBEY are making some course lectures and all guest speaker components of the course available outside of Yale as part of this speaker series. All are welcome to attend.
Energy justice refers to the goal of achieving equity in the social and economic participation in the energy system, while also remedying social, economic, and health impacts on those disproportionately harmed by the way we produce and consume energy. This series will draw from multiple disciplines, including but not limited to law, sociology, anthropology, and economics, and will cover broad topics on policy and regulation, community advocacy, housing, transportation, labor, utilities, and more. Details will be added here as speakers and dates are confirmed.
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