Sustainability is not only about the environment, but is fundamentally about people, and the way people fit into the complex coupled human-natural systems of our planet. The need for justice, equity, and diversity while working to solve the grand challenges facing society is paramount. Solutions will require the voices of all people. Researchers at the University of Utah are working to understand the barriers that limit inclusion, and are dedicated to co-creating solutions that will promote justice, equity, and diversity.
U.S.-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Water at the University of Utah (USPCASW, UU) is a world class education and applied research center dedicated to resolving Pakistan’s water crises through applied research, developing specialist human resource and technologies; academia-industry collaboration; and policy formulation. Gender empowerment and equality is a significant component of the project.
Wallace Stegner Center for Land, Resources and the Environment at the S.J. Quinney College of Law - Stegner faculty are actively engaged in a wide range of environmental and natural resources law and policy issues.