Who we are

Dr Mike Joy is a senior lecturer at Massey University's Institute of Agriculture and Environment where he researches and teaches in ecology and environmental science. He is the inaugural recipient in 2017 of the universities' Critic and Conscience of Society Award for his environmental advocacy.

Sydney conference - 20 year perspective on environmental justice

Sydney conference - 20 year perspective on environmental justice

It was a massive privilege last month to join the conference Environmental Justice 2017 - Looking Back, Looking Forward, hosted by the Sydney Environment Institute at the University of Sydney, where Mike gave a great talk about environmental injustice and freshwater. 

You can follow an environmental justice blog series following on from the conference from presenters and others here, or via Twitter @SEI_Sydney. Here are links to the first two parts.

EJ Series part 2, Johanna Garnett: Your Place Or Mine? Environmental (In)justice in Myanmar and Australian Activism

EJ Series part 1, Christine Winter: Post-Hegemonic Futures: Decolonising Intergenerational Environmental Justice

The other side of environmental justice—finding ecological justice in Aotearoa

The other side of environmental justice—finding ecological justice in Aotearoa