Joshua Long

Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Joshua Long served as a presenter, panelist, moderator, and chair for several sessions at the (virtual) Annual Association of American Geographers Conference this month. Most notably, he served as moderator and discussant for the “Urban Climate Justice Futures” panel and also presented a paper titled “Crisis Capitalism and Coloniality: Funding Climate Action Projects in the 21st Century.”

—April 2021

Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Joshua Long published an article with Jenn Rice (University of Georgia) and Anthony Levenda (University of Oklahoma) in the journal Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space titled “Against Climate Apartheid: Confronting the Persistent Legacies of Expendability for Climate Justice.”

—March 2021

Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Joshua Long published an article in the journal Politics and Governance titled “Crisis Capitalism and Climate Finance: The Framing, Monetizing, and Orchestration of Resilience-Amidst-Crisis.”

—February 2021

Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Joshua Long was the lead author on a published chapter in the 2020 Palgrave Macmillan book Climate Urbanism: Towards a Critical Research Agenda. The chapter, titled “Climate Urbanism and the Implications for Climate Apartheid,” was coauthored with Jennifer L. Rice (University of Georgia) and Anthony Levenda (University of Oklahoma). Find more information here.

—December 2020

Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Joshua Long and coauthors Keara Hudler ’18, Nataley Ford ’18, Lilly Dennis ’18, Joanna Mendez ’18, and Muriel DiNella ’18 received the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) Campus Research Award on December 3, 2020, for a paper titled “Intersectional Sustainability and Student Activism.” The paper appeared earlier this year in the journal Education, Citizenship, and Social Justice. Find the paper here.

—December 2020