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EPA Climate Justice Blog: Bringing Human Rights Home—Engagement and Environmental Justice
Jessica Sblendorio, EPA
When most Americans think about human rights, they tend to think of the concept at a global level, even though there are many social and environmental justice issues right here in ...
Four EPA Tribal ecoAmbassadors to Research Environment and Health in Indian Country
From the four directions come this year’s four picks for the 2015 Tribal ecoAmbassadors program, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced on October 27...
EPA Grants to Drought-Stricken Southwest Tribes Total $43 Million
With 44 California tribes set to run out of water within the next six months, much of the recent spate of annual funding for tribes within Region 9 of the U.S...
Nevada and Southern California Tribes Net $10.4 Million in Grants From EPA
Tribes in Calfornia and Nevada have been awarded a combined $10.4 million for environmental improvements to their lands from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)...
EPA Climate Justice Blog: Your Involvement in the Future of Our Legacy Cities
Charlene Dwin Vaughn, AICP, EPA
America’s Legacy Cities were once industrial powerhouses and hubs of business, retail, and services scattered across New England, the Mid-Atlantic, and the Midwest...
Five Pacific Northwest Tribes Back Habitat Restoration Plan for Portland Harbor Superfund Site
After lingering for 14 years as the largest Superfund site in Oregon, and affecting the traditional gathering and ceremonial grounds of area tribes for decades, the first restorati...
EPA Climate Justice Blog: Collaborating for Sustainable Environmental and Social Change
Dr. Mildred McClain, EPA
Residents living in the Hudson Hill neighborhood of Savannah, Georgia, had long complained about damage to their health and homes due to emissions from the paper mill located withi...
EPA Climate Justice Blog: Restoring a Watershed One Community at a Time
Alicia N. Neal, MFA, EPA
In a city like New Orleans, community is everything...
EPA Climate Justice Blog: Climate Justice through Resiliency and Renewable Energy in a Post-Industrial City
Sherrell Dorsey, EPA
The city of Bridgeport, Connecticut has long been a case study for the perils of inequity that mirror similar narratives across our nation...
EPA Climate Justice Blog: Women and Climate Change, Part 1
Brittany Whited, EPA
Long-term impacts of climate change, as well as acute disasters, exacerbate inequalities and make equity issues across the globe painfully apparent...
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