Environmental Justice

Right to the City

About Environmental Justice 

Environmental Justice creates innovative projects with diverse groups to develop and enact plans that reflect the aspirations and goals shared by all stakeholders. The projects increase long-term stewardship and utilization of public spaces, educate and include neighbors in important infrastructure improvements, and facilitate opportunities for individuals and groups to shape positive change in their communities.

Environmental Justice creates innovative projects with diverse groups to develop and enact plans that reflect the aspirations and goals shared by all stakeholders. The projects increase long-term stewardship and utilization of public spaces, educate and include neighbors in important infrastructure improvements, and facilitate opportunities for individuals and groups to shape positive change in their communities.

Environmental Justice is funded by the PTS Foundation.

Right to the City 

David Harvey defines the “right to the city” as “a right to change ourselves by changing the city.” Read more about how this philosophy helps shape the direction of Environmental Justice.