Phillip Warsaw is an Assistant Professor of Ecological Economics and Environmental Justice in the Department of Community Sustainability. Broadly, his research takes an interdisciplinary approach to questions of environmental justice, economic development, and sustainability, combining approaches from economics and the other social sciences, such as the use of critical theory. He holds a PhD in Economics as well as an MS in Environment and Resources from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Prior to joining MSU, Phil was a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
- Investigating the intersection of environmental quality, economic development and gentrification in mid-sized urban areas, including Lansing and Milwaukee.
- Environmental justice and diversity within natural resource disciplines: drawing connections between the theorization and application of environmental justice frameworks within natural resource disciplines, such as Ecological Economics, and its relationship to the diversity of scholars within those fields.
- Developing data-collection toolkits and protocols for hospital administrators to quantify the impact of their food purchases on the regional economy in support of farm-to-hospital programs.
Pursuing environmental justice through scholarship and fighting for a more just future
Published on May 24, 2021
Cultivating student leadership through farm to school in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula
Published on January 21, 2021
Webinar - Delivering More Than Food: Understanding and Operationalizing Racial Equity in Food Hubs
Published on August 25, 2020
Delivering More Than Food: Understanding and Operationalizing Racial Equity in Food Hubs
Published on August 20, 2020
Four MSU affiliates elected to Board of U.S. Society for Ecological Economics
Published on August 5, 2019