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Increasingly, the current generation of college students are aware of the Earth’s ecological crisis as photographic evidence and scientific data becomes more abundantly widespread. Many students are meeting the challenge by expressing their urgent concern for humanity on our planet in the future through advocacy and activism. Personal sustainable practices are advisable and commendable, but alone are not enough to meet the systematic injustices that are harming the climate. For that reason, the Community Service Office now programs for climate justice action and education, in addition to the traditional social justice educational opportunities learned through community engagement.

Contact Ken Scott at scottk@strose.edu to find out about how you can become involved in issues that concern you.