Darlene Seto on Studying Gender and Sustainability

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Darlene Seto, MA from the IRES program at UBC, posted an insightful blog on the AASHE (Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education) website, investigating how gender can play a role for sustainability students. Darlene looks at gender from a twofold perspective: as a concern in environment-related research and as a concern for students in their academic careers. The post mentions the work of two EDGES members, Dr. Harris and Danika Kleiber.

Please click HERE to read the full post.

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