Saturday, December 9, 2023

environmental justice

ClimateEnvironmental JusticeEventsWashington, DC

POCACITO Transatlantic Forum on Climate and Environmental Justice

New friends, old friends, and comrades, generally, in this most righteous struggle for climate and environmental justice, met up last week at the POCACITO Transatlantic Forum in Washington, DC.

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Making Environmental and Climate Justice Visible: POCACITO Returns!

I am looking forward to again working with the inimitable Max Gruenig to help put together a conference at the

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EnvironmentPublic Health

What IS An Ozone Action Day, Anyway?! I Thought We Fixed The Ozone!

Summer has arrived early in Michigan (woo hoo, climate change!) and we’ve already braved not one, but two– count ’em- ozone action days. A little bit more about what these are and why we should pay attention.

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WOCCS Resiliency Summit: Women of Color in Sustainability

Nat attended a few amazing sessions at the Collective Resiliency Virtual Summit, organized by the Women of Color Collective in Sustainability, a co-creation of POCACITO fellow Jordana Vasquez.

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ClimateEnergy EfficiencyPolicy

Interview with the Rocky Mountain Institute’s Carla Frisch on America’s Pledge

Nat sits down with the Rocky Mountain Institute’s Carla Frisch to talk about America’s Pledge, an initiative to bring together cities, states, and corporations to tackle the climate crisis– with real, quantifiable benefits for every citizen.

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EnvironmentEnvironmental JusticeMichiganUrban Planning

Detroit Climate Action Plan Released

At the North End Christian CDC, outside a hoophouse in Detroit’s North End, Kimberly Hill-Knott recounted the origins of the

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Environmental JusticePovertyUrban Planning

Highlighting Detroit’s Sustainable Community Development Projects

  “We often hear about how it’s great to get like-minded people together in the same place,” one USGBC-DRC member

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