Dr. Saha is the Director of the Environmental Studies Program at the University of Montana (UM) and a faculty member of UM’s Climate Change Studies Program. He teaches courses on environmental policy, climate change, environmental justice, and community sustainability. He is co-author of Toxic Wastes and Race and Twenty, a follow-up to a landmark report Toxic Wastes and Race in the United States, which helped launch the EJ movement. He is nationally-recognized for his community-engaged teaching, research and service, including using community-based participatory research and collaborating with tribes and rural communities in Montana on toxic contamination and climate justice/resilience issues. He also provides EJ analysis technical support for environmental justice advocacy organizations, the US Environmental Protection Agency, and tribes in the U.S, including for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe regarding the Dakota Access Pipeline.