Jeff Justice

Jeff W. Justice recently completed work toward an MSc in Environment, Culture and Society at the University of Edinburgh. He holds a Ph.D in political science from Texas Tech University and has taught on European and American government. His current research focuses on cultural and institutional factors impacting environmental ethics and politics as well as applications of environmental theory to preserving aspects of culture, including language.


Why the Extinction Rebellion Movement is Morally Justified

Drawing on political theory and environmental philosophy, Jeff Justice makes the case for legitimate rebellion in the face of government inaction on climate.

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A Green Angle on the Need for a Language Vault

2018 saw records of now-lost languages destroyed by fire in Brazil. Could a global vault prevent a similar disaster from happening again?

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Biopolitics of Disasters: Hurricane Irma and Climate Change

In the wake of Hurricane Irma and others, this Foucauldian concept opens the door on a new way of seeing climate change and responsibility.

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Are Some Cities Too Big To Be Saved? Hurricane Harvey and Lessons from South Texas

Recent extreme weather events in the US can teach Europe valuable lessons about how to prepare for similar situations.

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