Equity and Environmental justice (EEJ) is an approach to social-ecological systems that centers the experiences, knowledges, and histories of marginalized communities with regards to their access to land, healthy ecological communities, the goods ecosystems generate, and disproportionate exposure to environmental contaminants and hazards. Some EEJ scholars co-produce knowledge and action in collaboration with communities, organizations and institutions. Others devise research protocols and principles that confront white supremacy and heteropatriarchy in academia and practitioner communities. Still others focus on structural inequities and work with political and economic tools to distribute environmental goods and services more fairly. Faculty working in this area draw on diverse scholarly traditions ranging from community-engaged methods, critical epistemology, critical race theory, ecology, economics, feminism, Indigenous studies, labor studies, political ecology, public policy, queer theory, science and technology studies, and social movements.