As a call to action to respond to today’s most pressing challenges facing people and the planet, the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change has a deep respect for place and community. We seek community-engaged pursuits in order to promote engaged study and train active citizens, innovators and leaders. We value insight, creativity, justice and diversity, and work to promote significant social and environmental change, offering tangible solutions that are sustainable and just.
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We are dedicated to inspiring environmental change and social justice in your school. To assist you in enhancing environmental education in your classrooms, we offer a series of high-quality, powerful programs that will engage students beyond the textbook. Whether you need an activity for your Eco-Schools’ conference or Eco-Fair, or to support your classroom curriculum, our programs can help you create a dynamic learning opportunity.
Empower future changemakers while also inspiring your organization with the fresh perspectives and valuable insights of Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change students, who have the diverse skills necessary to meet the challenges of your evolving workplace.
Our unique interdisciplinary programs provide a range of perspectives from the social sciences, business and sustainability, humanities and sciences. They focus on connections between natural, built, social and organizational environments, and combine critical study with sustainable practical experience. Learn more about hiring an intern.
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The Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change is dedicated to developing new research partnerships across the University and beyond. We welcome collaboration with a diverse range of partners, including individual researchers, governments, non-governmental organizations, communities, the private sector and industry, as well as other academic and research institutions. Our research covers a vast range of interests and challenges facing the planet, and our researchers are involved in innovative projects. Contact EUCInfo@yorku.ca for more information.