Want to contribute to a sustainable future?
Want to address social and ecological justice?
Want to be a transformative leader?

The School of Leadership, Ecology and Equity is committed to sustainable, thriving communities. We teach ecological knowledge skills through innovative scholarship and practice-based learning.

Our faculty has research expertise in:

  • ecological literacy
  • environmental justice
  • equity, diversity and inclusion
  • feminist, anti-racist, decolonial, and intersectional analyses
  • Indigenous solidarity
  • engaged spiritualities
  • nonviolent social change

Our programs are relevant, engaging, and exciting. If you are an activist, a community developer, working in international or grassroots initiatives, education or the NGO sector, this program is for you.

Led by an innovative and multidisciplinary team, we offer small classes in our onsite and online programs.

Studying Leadership, Ecology and Equity is about:

  • 1 Understanding eco-, climate and social justice;
  • 2 Transforming ecological and social inequities;


  • 3 Learning decolonizing and regenerative methodologies;
  • 4 Integrating diverse ways of knowing for positive change.

Some Career Possibilities:

Social justice and environmental advocacy | Community project coordination | Popular education and NGO leadership | Municipal, provincial, or federal government politics | Diversity, equity and inclusion advocacy

Graduate Programs: