scholars in action

Our fellows’ work and voices featured across the media landscape.


Thirst for energy
December 29, 2021
HIMĀL Southasian
Ensuring energy and environmental justice in the Rampal coal-fired power plant project.
Some fast-food items contain plastics linked to serious health problems, new report shows
October 28, 2021
The Washington Post
Chemicals that research has shown to be linked to reproductive harm and learning problems in children were found in popular menu items
Why environmental justice research needs to include disability
September 17, 2021
There are few studies of [environmental justice] and disability, let alone the intersection of race, class and disability.
Gender, Climate and Transport in the United States
July 15, 2021
WEDO has launched a new resource for U.S. policymakers, advocates & activists on gender, climate and transport, and how to build a more just mobility system for all.
New study unveils more worker deaths from methylene chloride than previously reported
April 19, 2021
Program on Reproductive Health and the Environment University of California, San Francisco
Deaths in the workplace due to methylene chloride exposure continue to persist, and yet the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has not banned the chemical for commercial use.
Dignity Pack Project Provides Hundreds of Hygiene Kits to Atlanta’s Homeless
February 1, 2021
Rollins School of Public Health
The Dignity Pack Project supplies people experiencing homelessness in Atlanta, Georgia with basic hygiene supplies, period supplies, condoms, and PPE.

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