Thursday, June 14, 2012

EPA EJ Office's New Video Series

EPA's Office of Environmental Justice has officially launched its 20th Anniversary Video Series. These videos feature federal and local government officials, non-profit leaders and students who share stories about the lessons that they have learned over their time working on environmental justice. They will be featured on the Environmental Justice in Action Blog.

The first video available on the blog today features Vernice Miller-Travis. Watch the video, share it, and let EPA know your thoughts in the comments section. Also, be sure to add your e-mail to the subscribe link on the upper right side of the blog's home page to receive EPA's weekly posts. Clicking the "Like" button is another way to let your friends know about this great resource.

1 comment:

Joseph said...

The new environmental book, Green Illusions, shows the importance of environmental justice as a first step in combating our broader energy challenges. The author argues that environmental justice is a better project to pursue than new energy technologies, which have many negative side effects and limitations. You can read reviews here:
Women’s rights: Find out why we’ll need more than just contraception to address population concerns (Chapter 10).