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Minneapolis Environmental Commission Urges Green Zones and City Action to Eliminate Racial Disparities

To mark the 20th Anniversary of the of the Environmental Justice Presidential Executive Order, the Minneapolis Community Environmental Advisory Commission (CEAC) is urging the Mayor and City Council to eliminate the persistent, disproportionate environmental risks experienced by low-income and residents of color in Minneapolis.  CEED’s Shalini Gupta and other environmental justice leaders and allies that Read more…

Twin Cities Environmental Justice Mapping Tool Released!

The Twin Cities Environmental Justice (EJ) Mapping Tool provides information about pollution and toxic risks in the Twin Cities community. The EJ Mapping Tool provides you with a way to see comparisons of environmental risks across communities based on race and income, and health sensitive populations. Communities may use the EJ Mapping Tool to help: (1) Read more…

Forum on Race, Climate and Community Health

Setting a New Compass for Climate Justice: A Forum on Race, Climate and Community Health [Foro sobre Raza, Clima y Salud Comunitaria - Español] gathered nearly 200 community activists, policy researchers, and government officials in St. Paul.  The January 25th event, on the eve of the 20th Anniversary of the Executive Order on Environmental Justice, featured Chicana Activist, Kimberly Read more…

EJ Letter to Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

Environmental Justice Letter to Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA)  – This November 2013 letter urges MPCA to critically evaluate its policies, practices, rule-making and regulations in order to eliminate persisting environmental pollution and related health disparities. Issues around transparency, disparities, cumulative impacts, meaningful involvement, Tribal Nations/communities, and the Plan EJ 2014 are highlighted.  See more CEED publications here.

Report: Climate Inequality – Forgotten History

Climate Inequality – Forgotten History.  This CEED report finds extreme inequality in terms of who contributes to climate change and who benefits from greenhouse gas intensive development patterns. It links the eradication of the Indigenous commons in the U.S., housing and agricultural policy to the same market-based philosophy underlying the industrial world’s approach to solving climate Read more…

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