Joshua Long

Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Joshua Long was quoted in an article published in Utility Dive in which he discussed the role of Southwestern University and SEAK (Students for Environmental Activism and Knowledge) in Georgetown’s transition to 100% renewable energy. Read the article here.

—December 2019

Several environmental studies and feminist studies alumni, including Keara Hudler ’18, Lilly Dennis ’18, Muriel DiNella 18, Nataley Ford ’18, and Joanna Mendez ’18, along with Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Joshua Long, published an article in the Journal of Education, Citizenship, and Social Justice titled “Intersectional Sustainability and Student Activism: A Framework for Achieving Social Sustainability on University Campuses.”

—December 2019

Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Joshua Long, along with his co author Jennifer L. Rice of the University of Georgia, presented the opening keynote address at the New Climate Urbanism International Workshop at the Urban Institute, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom. The lecture, titled “Climate Urbanism and the Implications for Climate Apartheid,” was based on their 2019 article in the journal Urban Studies, “From Sustainable Urbanism to Climate Urbanism,” which was the inspiration for the workshop as well as a new research agenda beginning this year at the Urban Institute. 

—September 2019

Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Joshua Long coorganized and chaired three sessions at the American Association of Geographers conference in April. While there, Long also served on a panel and presented the introductory paper “Theorizing the Just City in the Era of Climate Change.”

—April 2019

Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Joshua Long is the 2019 recipient of the Helen Ruth Aspaas SAGE Innovator Award in Geography. He will be receiving it in person while attending the American Association of Geographers annual conference in Washington, D.C., in early April.

—April 2019