Environmental sociology is concerned with the varied relationships between societies and their environments. Canadian research on environment and society has focused on, but is not limited to: the social dimensions of natural resource use and conflicts, global climate change, environmental health risks, environmental values, environmental movements, gender and the environment, media representations of nature, the social justice implications of the allocation of environmental resources and hazards, and political decision-making related to the environment.
The research cluster encourages dialogue and information exchange among the diverse array of scholars working in this area. Join us at the next environmental sociology event.
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