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Here Foundation 4h
Connecting to the planet makes us human, humble and powerful. Here Foundation is working to build a new ecosystem of stories and people focused on local and . will publish a quarterly long-form journal in 2019.
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Yanna Lambrinidou Dec 9
"'We think that if you don’t use policy to reduce inequalities,' Sheats says, 'you’ll miss a big opportunity to help communities that may not come around again.'"
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HGS 39m
Green zones provide a model that can help cities everywhere protect communities over-burdened by pollution...
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Friends of Buckingham Dec 11
. is no longer accessible to Friends of Buckingham, thus we have created a new site. Please follow us here: Thank you!
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Northeastern CSSH Dec 14
Health Science and Sociology Prof. highlights how citizen science could pave the way for environmental justice
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Tracey Woods 2h
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Our Common Future: Environmental Issues Disclosed Dec 14
provides fairly objective and good coverage of many salient issues, however under reports environmental threats. Read letter below! file:///C:/Users/scott/Downloads/LTE%20New%20York%20Times.pdf
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CRPE Dec 13
is talking to about the right to clean water and clean air for all.
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Kelvin Sauls Dec 14
In 's , Angeleno residents & leaders describe impact of oil drilling on their communities. It's high time our leaders ended this climate injustice & stood up to fossil fuel industry
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Kim Landsbergen Dec 14
Replying to @DrBobBullard
... and also overlooked and his DECADES of work on
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Robert D. Bullard 4h
Booker just embraced another goal of progressive Democrats
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Periconi, LLC Dec 10
Dirty companies have abused NJ's low-income communities for decades. NJ wants justice (Via ) The lawsuits focus on companies that have been found responsible for polluting sites but taking no responsibility for cleanups.
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Kristen Emanuele Dec 8
Hoboken is at risk for severe environmental pollution by allowing Union Dry Dock as a refueling and maintenance station. There is a better option near the PATH trains. Would you want your kids playing in the fumes and environmental hazards?
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CleanWaterAction NJ Dec 9
“Taking action is long overdue for lower-income and of color communities that are overburdened by pollution sources that exist under the radar,” said Amy Goldsmith, Clean Water Action’s state director.
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Colin Anderson Dec 13
Was reminiscing today with about this podcast that I was involved in about and in Manitoba by Stephane McLachlan Lots of good archived material here
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Patrick Herron Dec 12
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Twin Cities Transit Riders Union Dec 10
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Robert D. Bullard 59m
Want to build a stronger climate movement? Integrate: An interview with “the father of environmental justice,” Dr. Robert Bullard |
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