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Input From Those Affected Must Be Incorporated Into Environmental Justice Tools

June 1, 2022

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Presented by Michigan News

A new U-M study reiterates the importance of including input from those most affected by environmental pollution in decision-making processes and environmental justice screening tools. U-M School for Environment and Sustainability graduates and study co-authors Delia Mayor, Brett Zeuner, and Laura Grier discuss their research and findings.

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