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May 29, 2024
The White House Briefing Room
President Biden announced his intent to appoint 12 additional members to the White House Environmental Justice Advisory Council (WHEJAC), which is a federal advisory committee that President Biden established under Executive Order 14008 of January 27, 2021, on Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad.
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May 17, 2024
Inside Climate News
Separating people’s lived experiences from scientific data obscures the bigger picture of environmental injustice. With ‘Voices Unheard,’ Denise Moreno-Ramirez enriches research with human stories.
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April 2, 2024
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
Community engagement experts gathered at annual meeting to share strategies and opportunities for engaging diverse teams in public health.
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April 2, 2024
The 19th News
A new study finds that tougher inspection standards have led to lower blood lead levels among tenants — although any exposure is still too much.
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March 18, 2024
University of Michigan Rackham Graduate School
Alexa White, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, investigates sustainable agriculture and has earned recognition for her wider efforts in support of environmental justice.
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March 12, 2024
Environmental Health Perspectives
Pollutant levels spike as soon as the stove is switched on. In a minivan parked at a two-story home in the wealthy enclave of Piedmont, California, researchers watch as their instruments display rapid increases inside the home in carbon monoxide , methane, nitrous oxide, and nitrogen dioxide.

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Science Snippets: Lariah Edwards

Fellow Lariah Edwards discusses how racist beauty standards, harmful chemicals and communities of color intersect.

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Science Snippets: Misbath Daouda

Fellow Misbath Daouda discusses air pollution in Ghanaian mothers and children.

Science Snippets: Lorraine Velez-Torres

Fellow Lorraine Velez-Torres discusses fungal spores in Puerto Rico.

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