The follow list of resources is not exhaustive. If you have suggestions for additional resources, please add a comment below! 

At Stanford

Haas Center for Public Service – on campus resource to connect with Cardinal Courses, Internships and Service events


Fossil Free Stanford

NAACP (Environmental Justice Subgroup)


The Stanford Educational Farm

Stanford Gleaning Project 

Students for a Sustainable Stanford (Environmental Justice Subgroup)


(note that classes may not be offered this year):

AFRICAAM 100: Grassroots Community Organizing: Building Power for Collective Liberation

ANTHRO 160: Social and Environmental Sustainability: The Costa Rican Case

EARTHSYS 11Q: Sustainability and Social Justice

ETHICSOC 178M: Introduction to Environmental Ethics

FEMGEN 157P: Solidarity and Racial Justice

HUMBIO 111: Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change: Resilence, Vulnerability, and Environmental Justice

LAW 768: Environmental Justice

MS&E 197: Ethics, Technology, and Public Policy

STS 131: Science, Technology, and Environmental Justice

URBANST 166: East Palo Alto: Reading Urban Change

In the Bay Area

Asian-Pacific Environmental Network – using grassroots organizing to develop an alternative agenda for environmental, social and economic justice

Communities for a Better Environment – Builds people power in California communities to achieve environmental health and justice through pollution reduction, sustainability measures and leadership training

Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto – Provides community members with advice and counseling, brief services, and full representation on immigration, housing, and economic advancement

The Center on Race, Poverty and the Environment – Advocates for the legal rights of low-income communities and communities of color facing environmental hazards

California Environmental Justice Alliance – Advancing environmental justice through the lens of policy solutions

Indian People Organizing for Change – community-based organization working to accomplish social and environmental justice within the Bay Area American Indian community