Undergraduate Journal of Global Citizenship
The Undergraduate Journal of Global Citizenship of Fairfield University in Connecticut welcomes undergraduate submissions on diverse topics such as global awareness, interdependence, environmental responsibility, social justice, humanitarianism, and other themes that promote the understanding of global citizenship.
Current Issue: Volume 2, Issue 3 (2018) Special Issue: Climate, Community, and CultureA collection of articles centered on key questions surrounding how humanity will contend, both tangibly and psychologically, with climate change in and beyond the 21st century. These abstracts are the work of members of the Environmental Future(s) Initiative (EFI), a group of faculty and students at Georgetown University dedicated to expanding the latitude for undergraduate students to engage with global environmental challenges. In May 2016, three students and one faculty member of the EFI attended the Second United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA II) in Nairobi, Kenya, as part of a historic delegation. The following collection of articles were borne from conversations at and following UNEA II.
Urbanism and Sustainable Development: Useful Frameworks for Combating Climate Change
Sophie A. Faaborg-Andersen
Our Environment: A Health Crisis - and what we must do to heal it
Justin R. McCartney
Engaging Narratives: Environmental Essentialism and Intersectional Justice
Randall Amster and Yuki Kato
- Editors in Chief
- Muireann Woulfe
- Sydney Williams
- Emily Danca
- Natalie Intemann
- Julia McNicholas