About

EnviroLab Asia is designed to facilitate interdisciplinary communication and collaboration. It aims to train students, faculty, and staff to become active practitioners of change who develop sustainable and socially just policy-relevant solutions to environmental challenges in Asia, with a focus on East and Southeast Asia. EnviroLab Asia strives to foster a process of mutual discovery, where we work together with international and regional partners to study, test, and evaluate methods and measures to address environmental problems in Asia.

EnviroLab Asia is a five-college initiative at the Claremont Colleges, and is anchored at Claremont McKenna College.

Acknowledgements

EnviroLab Asia would also like to acknowledge the the Henry Luce Foundation as well as the continued support from the Presidents and Academic Deans at the Claremont Colleges. During its inaugural year, EnviroLab Asia also received critical support from the CMC History Department, the Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum, Roberts Environmental Center, CMC Modern Languages and Literatures Department, Keck Science Department, Asian Studies, and Pomona Asian Languages and Literatures Department.


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Japan: Day 1

Japan: Day 1

The EnviroLab Asia Clinic Trip took place in Japan from May 20 to June 1, 2019. In this blog post, Bailey Lai (environmental analysis, PO’ 19) reflects on the first day of activities. Before the Clinic Trip, students took a class that introduced them to environmental...

Caitlyn Louzado: On Food Waste and Experiential Learning

Caitlyn Louzado: On Food Waste and Experiential Learning

Seventeen Claremont students and five faculty participated in the Japan Clinic Trip from May 20 to June 1, 2019. Students were asked to write short reflections about their days. Here Caitlyn Louzado (economics and psychology, CMC ’21) shares musings from her trip. One...


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