Inequality, Diversity and Social Change

Addressing inequality, diversity and social change is needed if we want to reduce the social and environmental impacts of our current lifestyles/consumption, combat poverty and food insecurity, and address health inequalities. Critical challenges like climate change and health inequalities are interrelated issues that directly and unevenly affect populations.

The Consumption and Healthy Lifestyles Group is committed to fostering equity, diversity and social change within and beyond our group and institution through engagement in and initiation of responsive and innovative research and education practices that recognize, promote, value, and leverage differences between students, staff and stakeholders, therein supporting a shift towards a more inclusive and equal society in which all are able to achieve a healthy and sustainable lifestyle.