The Iliff Center for EcoJustice is committed to education, advocacy, and scholarship in the area of environmental justice. The Center stands at the intersection of marginalized communities and our changing planet to address the most serious issues facing each. We take a multi-faith approach to understanding and diminishing the effects of environmental racism.
The Center will focus on three key activities:
- Ongoing scholarship, including a yearly conference for spiritual leaders, scholars, scientists, students, activists, and community members to convene around key topics in environmental justice and publication of an annual edited volume to comprise The Iliff Environmental Justice Book Series.
- Student engagement in regions most hard hit by converging challenges of climate change and social justice.
- Coordination with and support for advocacy organizations working to end environmental racism.
Learn more – Q & A with Dr. Miguel De La Torre
SHIFTING CLIMATES, SHIFTING PEOPLE
OCTOBER 21 & 22, 2021
The Center for EcoJustice at the Iliff School of Theology is pleased to announce its next conference – to be held virtually on October 21 and 22, 2021.
The conference will focus on the intersection of environmental racism and immigration. For the tentative schedule and presenters, please visit the conference webpage.
For more information, please contact:
GUATEMALA IMMERSION TRIP
November 27 – December 8th, 2021
Join the Center for EcoJustice for an immersion trip to Guatemala to study the intersection of environment and immigration, along with indigenous spirituality.
If you are interested in the trip, please contact Dr. Miguel De La Torre: