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September 26, 2022
Tribal Business News
State and federal regulations surrounding farm operations are arcane to begin with, a problem only exacerbated by adding tribal land and sovereignty issues into the mix. Those complexities present a significant barrier to Indigenous farmers when it comes to accessing information on agricultural policies, especially since most regulations were not crafted with Native producers in mind,...
Ashley Gripper
September 21, 2022
Dr. Ashley Gripper joins the Agents of Change in Environmental Justice podcast to discuss how gardening and farming increase community healing and personal agency in Black communities and beyond.
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September 14, 2022
Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health
Since 2019, the Agents of Change in Environmental Justice program has worked to foster diverse and inclusive leaders in environmental and climate justice with a focus on science communication and public engagement. This September, the program announced its latest cohort of 14 scholars of early career scientists from historically marginalized and underrepresented groups.
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September 8, 2022
Nsilo Berry is Health Impact Researcher for Healthy Building Network, where he works to research the health associated outcomes of building products in historically marginalized communities, as well as the environment. Previously, Nsilo worked with nonprofit organizations such as Global Health Brigades and Power-Up Gambia, where he was responsible for sustainable health projects in Central America and Africa.
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September 8, 2022
Marissa Chan is an Afro-Caribbean and Chinese PhD student in Population Health Sciences within the Department of Environmental Health at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Her research interests and work experience surround environmental justice and beauty justice, specifically focusing on the intersection of place-based environmental hazards and product-based exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) in personal care products.
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September 8, 2022
Sabah Usmani is an PhD student in the Climate and Health Program at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. She is an urban planner and interdisciplinary researcher from India with experience across geographic scales in air pollution and health disparities, transportation, energy and water, and climate mitigation and adaptation planning in India, USA, Ecuador, and Malaysia.