Integrating sustainability into the academic realm has been a priority for Emory for years, and with a legacy of institutional sustainability leadership and ambitious goals for the future, we provide every student the opportunity to explore sustainable topics in the classroom and to become a part of solution-making through experiential learning and campus engagement.
By 2025, we will develop tools for assessing student competencies across the domains of sustainability while continuing to integrate sustainability into academic programs, degrees and experiential learning opportunities to assure universal sustainability literacy.
The Turner Environmental Law Clinic provides important pro bono legal representation to individuals, community groups and nonprofit organizations that seek to protect and restore the natural environment for the benefit of the public. Through its work, the clinic offers students an intense, hands-on introduction to environmental law and trains the next generation of environmental attorneys.
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Whether you plan to become a business leader or a biologist, earning a minor in sustainability studies will help you became a leader in environmental action. Emory offers a Sustainability Minor in Interdisciplinary Studies, Sustainability Sciences Minor through the Department of Environmental Sciences, and a Concentration in Environmental Management through the Goizueta Business School.