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Tufts has strong ongoing research in virtually all areas related to sustainable development (water, food, health, education, economics, social and gender equity and voice, energy, and law and diplomacy), in the planetary sciences (land use change, biodiversity loss, chemical pollution, and freshwater use) and water quality, climate change mitigation, environmental remediation, smart structures, alternative energy, and smart grids.
There are many ways for students to get involved, whether through a class project, internship or graduate level research. Below you will find links to much of the sustainability research happening at Tufts.
Academic Programs in Sustainability / Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning / The Fletcher School / School of Arts and Science / School of Engineering / Student Research / Tufts Institute of the Environment (TIE) / Water: Systems, Science and Society Program
B.A./B.S. in Environmental Studies
Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Urban Justice and Sustainability
Certificate in Community Environmental Studies (CES)
M.A/M.S. in Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning
M.S. in Sustainable Water Management (SWM)
Water: Systems, Science, and Society (WSSS) Graduate Certificate
Center for International Environment & Resource Policy (CIERP)
Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning
Environmental Studies Program Resources
Tufts Institute of the Environment Fellows