Environmental Justice Toolkit Volume 2 Released

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ejtk-vol-2Volume 2 of the Environmental Justice Toolkit (EJTK) has just been released. This document expands upon the work done in Volume 1 in reviewing transportation related environmental justice issues in Baltimore. It takes the form of a guide whose function is to provide clarity to public health, transportation and community organizer practitioners on how to identify, understand and approach environmental justice issues at all levels. Like the Community Guide, Toolkit and Technical Documentation this final report will endeavor to quickly educate the user in the nature of the issues, orienting them to the key regulatory requirements guiding EJ, a synopsis of how the requirements have been responded to, characterization of good vs. deficient responses, and general instructions on how to use and benefit from the Tool Kit.

You can view volume 2 or download it as a pdf.

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