Alicia N. Neal, MFA, EPA
9/12/14
In a city like New Orleans, community is everything...
Sherrell Dorsey, EPA
9/8/14
The city of Bridgeport, Connecticut has long been a case study for the perils of inequity that mirror similar narratives across our nation...
Brittany Whited, EPA
9/6/14
Long-term impacts of climate change, as well as acute disasters, exacerbate inequalities and make equity issues across the globe painfully apparent...
Janet McCabe, EPA
8/22/14
Reducing toxic air emissions has been a priority for EPA, and I am proud of the progress that we’ve made in communities across the country...
Kim Lambert, EPA
8/19/14
Approximately 17,000 people, many African American or Hispanic, eat fish they catch out of the Anacostia River each year, and often share their fish with hungry people, according t...
Hilton Kelley, EPA
8/13/14
Texas is considered the “Energy State.” In 2013 it was the leading crude oil-producing state in the nation; its 27 refineries exceeding even the production levels of off-shore prod...
Malavika Sahai, EPA
8/10/14
I was in my freshman year of college in the spring of 2013 when I took my introductory Environmental Policy and Planning class...
Rev. Lennox Yearwood Jr., EPA
8/2/14
We have students. We have celebrities, recording artists, and cultural influencers. We have academics and experts. And we have activists and community leaders...
Gina McCarthy, EPA Administrator
7/31/14
Last week I signed the Policy on Environmental Justice for Working with Federally Recognized Tribes and Indigenous Peoples, which clarifies how EPA works with federally and state r...

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