Lemir TeronAssistant Professor
109 Marshall Hall
1 Forestry Dr.
Syracuse, New York 13210
My thinking deliberates on problems related to inequality, conflict and empowerment. The implications are often times, though not exclusively, environmental. My intellectual playgrounds include urban spaces, coastal communities and sites of resilience.
Political Ecology, Urban Studies, Environmental Justice, Coastal Communities
PhD Energy & Environmental Policy, University of Delaware
MS Urban Policy Studies, Georgia State University
BS Social Science Education, University of Georgia
Teron, L., & Ekoh, S. S. (2018). Energy Democracy and the City: Evaluating the Practice & Potential of Municipal Sustainability Planning. Frontiers in Communication, 3, 8.
Louis-Charles, H. & Teron, L. (2017). Environmental Migration, Public Perception and Immigration Policy: Examining the Hidden Environmental Toll of Terror Hysteria. Environmental Justice.
Teron, L. (2016). Sustainably Speaking: Considering Linguistic Isolation in Citywide Sustainability Planning. Sustainability: The Journal of Record, 9(6).
Teron, L. (2015). A Language of (In)Justice: Expanding the Sustainability Planning Lexicon. Environmental Justice, 8(6), 221-226.
Introduction to Environmental Studies (EST 132)
Environmental Justice (EST 415)
Environmental & Energy Auditing (EST 427/627)
Environmental Justice (EST 615)
Concepts & Principles of Sustainable Development (EST 626)
Urban Affairs Association
Black Doctoral Network
Political Ecology Society
Current Graduate Advisees
- Degree Sought: PHD
- Graduate Advisor(s): Teron
- Area of Study: Environmental and Natural Resources Policy
Passionate about environmental issues and policy in developing countries, particularly Africa. Hold a Bachelors degree in Agricultural Economics, a Master of Science degree in Environmental Economics and currently pursuing a PhD in Environmental Policy.
Environmental policy analysis, Climate change policy, Climate change resilience and adaptation, Environmental justice, Environmental migration