EJView, a new public mapping tool, was released today and will replace the Environmental Justice Geographic Assessment Tool. The Geographic Assessment Tool was one of the first mapping tools designed to screen for areas with potential environmental justice concerns, but after four years it was time for an upgrade.
EJView maintains all of the functionality and types of data used in the Geographic Assessment Tool, but it runs smoother, faster and easier. With EJView, you can overlay demographic, health, and other environmental information on a map to get a snapshot of the multiple factors affecting a community. You can also focus on an area of concern and generate reports for that area.
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