Julian Agyeman is a Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning?at Tufts University?in Medford, Massachusetts, USA. He is a sought after public speaker whose extensive work focuses on environmental justice and sustainability, with an emphasis on ‘just sustainabilities’, sharing, and intercultural cities. As an ecologist/biogeographer turned environmental social scientist, he has both a science and social science background, which helps frame his perspectives, research and scholarship. Agyeman is a member of the Fellowship of the Royal Society of the Arts, is the past founder and chair of the Black Environment Network, and is co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of Local Environment: The?International Journal of Justice and Sustainability.?