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Studies have documented cumulative health effects of chemical and nonchemical exposures, particularly chronic environmental and social stressors. Environmental justice groups have advocated for community participation in research that assesses how these interactions contribute to health...
Environmental justice (EJ) research focuses on disproportionate population exposures to multiple point and non-point pollution sources. The hazardous pollutants released by waste incinerators can contribute to uneven (or unjust) spatial and social distributions of environmental risks. The EJ...
For over two decades there have been calls for urban governments to engage in environmental sustainability planning as an integral part of broader sustainable development strategies. This article explores the unique vulnerabilities that environmental justice (EJ) communities face within cities...
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