Earth Month 2023

April 2023 is Earth Month!

It's been eight months since the Environmental Justice Movement - birthed an hour from Duke's campus - turned 40 years old. Eight months since our university, and the country, really reflected on the future of the movement and the interplay of justice, sustainability, and political and corporate actors.

Now it is time to circle back to those reflections and expands on the ways that we as individuals, as a Duke community, and as members of this nation can continue to center environmental and climate justice in our work.

Join us for a month of joviality, creativity, and actionability!

Events include:
-Women in Energy 2023 Summit
-The Enviro-Art Gallery 2023 Showcase
-Environmental Justice Storytelling for Impact Summit
-Climate Justice and Indigenous Knowledge panel
-Earth and Policy Summit


Franklin Humanities Institute (FHI)


Duke Human Rights Center at the Franklin Humanities Institute (DHRC@FHI); Fuqua School of Business; Graduate and Professional Student Council (GPSC); Law School; Nicholas Institute for Energy, Environment and Sustainability; Nicholas School of the Environment; Sanford School of Public Policy; Sustainable Duke

Earth Month 2023


Cameron Oglesby