This article describes a course developed by the author that responds to the stated social justice aims of the social work profession. If social workers are to advocate successfully for environments conducive to the general welfare of all people, promote social justice, equitable distribution of resources, and just environmental management, environmental social work scholarship needs to move beyond theorizing and suggestions itemizing broad responses, and provide instead illustrative examples of interventions and alternative practices. The trend in very recent years of environmental social work scholarship has done just this. Education, in particular in the classroom setting, provides an opportunity to explore and share experiments with social work praxis. This article is one such example.
"Ecology and Social Justice: A Course Designed for Environmental Social Work in Rural Spaces,"
Contemporary Rural Social Work: Vol. 7
, Article 5.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.murraystate.edu/crsw/vol7/iss1/5