The 21st century is marked by widespread environmental, social, and economic instability and uncertainty. At Clark, we aren’t daunted by these great challenges — we’re solving them.
Too many people face social and economic injustices, as well as growing environmental threats to their health and well-being — from food scarcity and water pollution to greenhouse gas emissions that affect our climate on a global scale. By using new, integrative ways of understanding this complexity, and by responding in partnership with impacted communities, we can reverse injustices and create healthier, more sustainable relationships between humans and the natural environment.
The M.S. in Environmental Science and Policy (ES&P) program in Clark’s renowned International Development, Community, and Environment (IDCE) Department will prepare you to engage with these challenges — and turn them into opportunities — by bringing together science and policy, both in the U.S. and internationally. We need educated, creative professionals who can develop and deploy innovative solutions with an awareness of the broader social and global contexts. Are you ready to become an integrative 21st-century ES&P professional?