Nan Jenks-Jay was recognized as the 2020 AASHE Lifetime Achievement Award Winner. In this interview with Sustainability and Climate Change editor Jamie Devereaux, Nan Jenks-Jay gives us insight into her work, what defines sustainability education, and how the quest for restorative justice can include restoring the climate.
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The 2020 AASHE Sustainability Award winners were recognized in campus achievements, student leadership and more. Read Sustainability and Climate Change’s take.
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