Our own Dr. Tim Collins is part of the Session 3 panel on Climate Change, Natural Hazards and Environmental Justice.
Geographical sorting of populations by race, ethnicity, income, education, political attitudes, and other factors are significant contributors to disparities in individual and social exposure to environmental toxins and risks. This workshop will explore how geospatial data can be used to analyze and mitigate social inequalities and the social and community ties to environmental health and justice. Please join us in our discussion on how to leverage geospatial technologies to inform environmental health decisions and steps for moving forward to address the societal challenge of environmental justice.
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