Presentations

2022 National Environmental Justice Conference and Training Program Presentations

Community Collaborations

BEEnevolent

Satellite Data for Environmental Justice

Community Engineering Corps

2021 National Environmental Justice Conference and Training Program Presentations

Understanding the Relationship Between Health Disparities and Environmental Justice During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Tech for Environmental Justice: BEEnevolent Hive and Mobile Application

Commuting Alternatives: Reduce Air Pollution To Benefit Underprivileged Communities in Raleigh

Enviromental Justice Braintrust

Colorful Changes in Nature and Forest Therapy

Handout: Nature and Forest Therapy, Conservation Education and Citizen Science Resources

Handout: Guided Forest Therapy

Handout: Remote Forest Therapy Participant Primer

Colorful Changes in Nature and Forest Therapy Presentation

Achieving Environmental Justice Through Disaster Citizen

Visualizing Equity Through NEPA

Visualizing Equity Through NEPA Presentation

Federal Title VI and Environmental Justice Priorities

2020 National Environmental Justice Conference and Training Program Presentations

Educate, Motivate, Innovate: Building the Next Generation of Environmental Justice Leaders (The Federal Interagency Working Group on Environmental Justice’s “Educate, Motivate and Innovate (EMI) Environmental Justice Initiative”) by Joanna Mounce Stancil and Olivia J. Harbison

Paving the Way: Diabetes Supplies for Hurricne Relief in Puerto Rico: An innovative, powerful humanitarian approach to assist persons during and after natural disasters. by Dr. Kim Lambert, Carol Atkinson, Dr. Lourdes Gonzalez, Diana Wahler

Federal Government Capacity Building, Training and Technical Assistance for Vulnerable Communities in Natural Disaster Preparedness, Response, and/or Recovery by Joseph “Chip” Hughes, Jr., Marsha Minter, Matt Campbell, Dr. Cheryl Levine, Sharon Beard

Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Training by Kurt Temple

Workshop on Environmental Justice and NEPA Methods by Denise C. Freeman, MS, Elizabeth Poole, MS, B. Suzi Ruhl, JD, MPH, Jacque Annarino

Using U.S. Department of Energy’s Tools to Meet Low-Income Energy Goals by Ookie Ma, Shelby DuPont, Aaron Vimont

2019 National Environmental Justice Conference and Training Program Presentations

Modified Health Impact Assessments (HIA) for Two Environmental Justice Communities in Pensacola, Florida and Houston, Texas by Aaliyah Shannon

Engaging and Empowering Citizen Scientists by Aladdine Joroff

Small Business Contractors for High-Level Maintenance: Lessons Learned from Community-Based Contracting

Advancing Energy Affordability Nationally through Efficient Solutions by Ariel Drehobl

Deleterious Effects of improper disposal of Household Hazardous Waste by Oluwole Ariyo

Training Workshop: Strengthening communities by leveraging federal dollars, utilizing next generation learning, and participating in innovative community-based learning opportunities through the 1890 Land Grant Universities Environment Justice Academy Pilot

Grant Writing & Technical Assistance Workshop

Will You Be My Mentor? Finding and Maintaining an Effective Mentor-Mentee Relationship by Dr. Britt Rios-Ellis

5 Unique Paths, 1 Common Goal of Justice for the Environment

Community Participation in Resolving Conflicts: Appreciative Inquiry and Title VI Mediation

Pendleton Oil Mill: Transforming an Environmental Disaster to an Economic Catalyst for a South Carolina Town

Tribal Partnerships: Leveraging Partnerships for Effective Program Implementation

Foster Beelief’s Educational Outreach Program by Sade Shofidiya

Modified Health Impact Assessments (HIA) for Two Environmental Justice Communities in New Orleans, Louisiana and Mobile, Alabama by Joey Danielle Batts

Building Opportunity Through Watershed Restoration

Area Wide Planning for Brownfields

Leveraging the Health Benefits of Nature and the Practice of Forest Therapy to Empower Resilience and Environmental Stewardship in Diverse Communities

Federal Highway Administration EJ and Public Involvement Resources

Revitalizing The Most Diverse Square Mile in America

Shamokin, PA: Revitalizing a Community Through Inter-Faith, Interagency and Multi-Stakeholder Collaboration

Addressing the Needs of Youth Via an Empowerment Program

United South and Eastern Tribes

The Education Effect

Are You Within 500ft?

Community Environmental Health Kits by Lubna Ahmed

How meaningful, community-identified service-learning projects are possible in large undergraduate courses by Deanna Lloyd

Building Federal Agency Capacity to Address Environmental Justice: the Case of Hazardous Fuels Management on National Forests

PHI 2019 Priorities: Powering a cleaner and brighter future for our customers and communities

Engaging Tribal Communities in Forest Restoration through Timber Program Development

Capacity Building and Nuclear Weapons Production Cleanup: Perspectives on Tribal and State Engagement with the U.S. Department of
Energy

USDA Forest Service Hires Tribal Members to Identify Traditional Cultural Properties and Sacred Places

NIEHS Worker Training Program – Building Capacity with Native Americans and Alaska Natives to Handle Hazardous Materials and Respond to Emergencies

Workshop on Environmental Justice and NEPA Methods

Black Church Food Security Network

USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service

Tribal Soil Climate Analysis Network: TSCAN and Climate Stations in Indian Country

The Environmental Climate on Campus: The Demand for Environmental Justice Education at High Research Universities

DC Sustainable Energy Utility

Environmental Justice from a Civil Rights Perspective by Sharese C. Paylor

Half Century Progress of Environmental Justice in the United States and Its Implications to Fracking and Community Impacts by Qingmin Meng

Environmental Justice under Natural Disasters

Near-port Community Engagement: Showcasing New Tools, Partnerships and Environmental Justice Achievements in Four U.S. Cities

Building A Climate Justice Movement with Communities: Lead the Coast

Understanding and Applying Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

Limited English Proficiency Technical Assistance For Recipients

TERO Vocational Training Center

Sustainable Development and Environmental Justice: Connecting Students to Global Issues

Building Capacity with Native Americans and Alaska Natives to Handle Hazardous Materials and Respond to Emergencies

Building Capacity with Native Americans and Alaska Natives to Handle Hazardous Materials and Respond to Emergencies

C.A.M.E.O: An Environmental Justice Outreach Program Created for Minority Students by Minority Students

Sea Change (Film)

2018 National Environmental Justice Conference and Training Program Presentations

Six Paths, One Destination DOE

Climate Changes Health: Ensuring Environmental Justice Underlies Public Health’s Climate Change Work

Effects of Oil Pollution on the Agricultural Crops and Eventual Bio-Accumulation By Nneora Ezeanya, David Chime, Cresha Thomas

Impact of Climate Change in Virginia: Discussion on Economic Growth and Low-Income Population by Ashley Logan

Partnering with Minority-Serving Land Grant Institutions to Advance Environmental Justice Goals and Build Capacity in Underserved Communities by Beattra Wilson

Tales from the Trenches: Building Capacity to Address Environmental and Health Disparities

Framing Health Disparities and Health Equity from the Lens of Minority Serving Institutions by Britt Rios-Ellis

Community Science Collaboration: Case of Midway, GA

Addressing Cybersecurity & IT Issues for a Safer Future by Dr. Shuguang Hong and Farhad Islam

San Juan College Makerspace by Luke Renner and Madison Kierod

United States Environmental Protection Agency College Underserved Community Partnership Program

Experience in Community-Based Agroecological Projects in Puerto Rico: Lessons Learned and Implications in Education by Carol E. Ramos-Gerena

Gendered Environmental Justice Activism: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Appalachian Coal and the Dakota Access Pipeline By Casey Byrd

Addressing The Social Determinants of Health to Reduce Health Disparities and Achieve Health Equity by Donna M. Christensen

Addressing EJ Community Needs Through Electricity Storage Technology

Environmental Justice under Natural Disasters

Social Determinants of Health and Environmental Justice in Tribal Communities by Milton Bluehouse

Federal Highway Administration EJ and Public Involvement Resources

Place and People Based Education, Teaching Environmental Justice Through Indigenous History, Culture & Knowledge

The Influence of the Environmental Justice Movement on the Climate Adaptation Field by Joyce Coffee

Social mix policies in the French Eco-districts: Discourses, Policies and Social effects

EACH ONE, GROW ONE. Cultivating Adolescent Leadership Identity Development to Combat Health Disparity in the Arkansas Delta

National Aquarium Conservation Initiatives by Curtis Bennett

USDA Forest Service Office of Tribal Relations by Fred Clark

Grant Writing & Technical Assistance Workshop

Curriculum for Change Using Hands-on Activities and Current Events to Teach Environmental Justice, Science, and Critical Thinking

Equity-Driven Community Resilience in Washington, D.C.

Rebuilding Communities through an Urban Wood and Land Restoration Economy

Prizes for Community-Led Deep Decarbonization: From Practice to Policy

Conservation Education: Speaking to human potential by Juan Lazo Bautista

Green Infrastructure: How Low-Income Communities Benefit from Nature by Kareem Heshmat

Understanding environmental, energy and climate justice communities’ science and engineering needs

Energy storage: applications, health and equity by Elena Krieger

Leading By Example: Mountain View Community, Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge, and the Environmental Justice Interagency Working Group

How Federal Agencies Address Low Income Issues by Krystal Laymon

Allina Health Transit Impact Study

PEEIF Using Technology to Address Low-Income Energy Burdens: A North Carolina Pilot Project

Training That Makes a Difference at the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant in Piketon, Ohio

Environmental Justice Through Clean Energy

Understanding and Documenting Cumulative Health and Environmental Impacts from Hazardous Facilities, Air Pollution, and Lack of Access to Healthy Food in Environmental Justice Communities

Collaborations between the University of North Carolina Wilmington and the Town of Navassa as part of the EPA CUPP Program

Community Guide to Environmental Justice and NEPA Methods

NIEHS Worker Safety Training Making a Difference

New Resources Conservation Service

Technical Assistance in Support of Citizen Science and Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) at Five Gulf Coast Region Environmental Justice Communities

Comparative Analysis of National Solid Waste Management Policies In South America: The Cases of Brazil and Colombia

Understanding and Documenting Cumulative Health and Environmental Impacts from Hazardous Facilities, Air Pollution, and Lack of Access to Healthy Food in Environmental Justice Communities

Jobs and Infrastructure Development in Coastal Communities After Disasters: The DSCEJ Solution

Solar for All, A Program of DC’s Department of Energy and Environment

Champions Are… Enhancing Communities Through Community Capacity Building and Technical Assistance

EPA Near-port Community Capacity Building: Tools and Technical Assistance for Collaborative Solutions

Unlocking the Solar Market: Expanding Access to Low- and Moderate-Income Communities

The Whitewashing of National Parks by T’Shari L. White

Community Science 101 for Community Leaders

Planning for Healthy Communities: Environmental Justice in General Plans

Limited English Proficiency

Understanding and Applying Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

Planning Justice in the U.S.: Strategies for Progress

History of Environmental Justice in New Mexico

Building Grassroots Climate Justice Leadership in Vulnerable Communities:  Lessons from a Miami-based Advocacy Program

Delaware Riverkeeper Network

2017 National Environmental Justice Conference and Training Program Presentations

Limited English Proficiency Considerations in Sustainability Planning: Implications at the Local and Federal Levels

President’s Task Force on Environmental Health Risk and Safety Risk to Children

Developing a New Federal Strategy to Reduce Childhood Lead Exposures – Info

Developing a New Federal Strategy to Reduce Childhood Lead Exposures – The Impact of Housing Quality on Health

Breaking Barriers and Building Bridges: Using EJ SCREEN and C-FERST for Science

Developing a New Federal Strategy to Reduce Childhood Lead Exposures by Carol Kemker

National Library of Medicine Resources: Case Studies in Environmental Health by Shannon M. Jordan

Paying It Forward: From Classroom to Community Service by Cydney Tiye Noelle Christian, Undergraduate, Hampton University

Building Capacity of Youth: The Junior Ranger Program, Paso del Istmo Biological Corridor, San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua

Medical Center’s Unique Outdoor Classroom Links Nearby Nature with Better Health

Mentorship for Environmental Scholars (MES): Six Paths One Destination

Green Ambassador Woodsy Owl Conservation Corps

Adaptive Planning Pilot Project Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe & Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head Aquinnah

Building Relationships with Hopi and Navajo Nation to Better Assess and Mitigate Drought Impacts

Tribal Communities: Preparing for Changing Environments

2016 USDA Forest Service Research and Development Tribal Engagement Roadmap

Facilitating Shifts in Attitudes About Protecting Native American Sacred Places by Chris Koeppel, Assistant Director, USDA Forest Service Office of Tribal Relations

Environmental Justice in Indian Country Gina Allery, Deputy Director, Office of Tribal Justice, U.S. Department of Justice

USDA Forest Service Supporting Sovereignty through Shared Stewardship by Fred Clark

Environmental Justice for Tribes and Indigenous Peoples by Danny Gogal, EPA, Office of Environmental Justice

The New Green Economy: Green Infrastructure Maintenance Training + Workforce Development

Ingredients for Success: The Shenango Channel

Reclaim Mckeesport: Environmental Justice Through Capacity Building

Chester Environmental Partnership Enhancing Community Involvement

Working with the Private Sector: Leveraging Corporate Conservation for Community Benefit by Margaret O’Gorman, President, Wildlife Habitat Council

Looking beyond Ecological Functions to the Value of Ecosystem Services: Incorporating ecosystem services into infrastructure and policy decisions in the Greater Houston Region by Deborah January-Bevers

Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals by Ann Marie Chischilly

Social Equity and Green Justice in CA: Replicable Stories of Success and Forging a Path Forward by Robert García

Increasing food sovereignty in Alaska through Tribal Conservation Districts

Mountain View South Valley Neighborhood and the Creation of the Valle de Oro Refuge By Kim Lambert

Listening to the Community by Milton Bluehouse

The Economic, Political, and Social Ramifications of the Flint Water Crisis by Raven Hayes

The Flint Water Crisis: Lead-Levels among Income and Race Demographics and Aid Effort in Flint, Michigan

Integrating Climate Adaptation Policy with Social and Environmental Justice Goals by Melissa Deas, Institute Associate, Georgetown Climate Center

Air Modeling as a Tool in Environmental Law and Policy: A Guide for Communities and Environmental Groups Part I

Air Modeling as a Tool in Environmental Law and Policy: A Guide for Communities and Environmental Groups Part II

Air Modeling as a Tool in Environmental Law and Policy: A Guide for Communities and Environmental Groups (Parts I and II)

Creating a Model for Solar for Low and Moderate Income Communities

Connecting Communities and Discovering Hidden Gems: Maximizing Resident Engagement in the Creation of an Urban Trail System

Expanding Solar’s Reach: Strategies for enhancing the direct benefits of solar energy for low and moderate-income households and communities

Towards a Targeted, Community-Based Approach to Energy Efficiency Project Uptake in Low-Income Communities by Kely Markley

Advancing Communities Through The Environmental Justice Academy

An Introduction to USDA Rural Development Programs by Gary A Bojes, Ph.D., USDA Rural Development – Rural Utilities Service

Addressing Barriers to Disaster Recovery for Populations that May be Disproportionately Impacted

Justice for Children: Improving Environmental Health at School by Claire L. Barnett

Emergency Watershed Protection (EWP) Program

Communities for Clean Streams: Growing a Partnership to Address Environmental Issues

Ensuring Equity in Planning and Capital Improvement: A Case Study from Minneapolis Parks

Building Environmental Justice and Cumulative Impacts into Local Decision Making

NEPA EJ: Leveraging Federal Resources to Advance Community Environmental, Economic and Health Vitality

GIS used to Identify the Location of Farmer Markets and Community Gardens within Food Deserts in Virginia

Justice for Children: Improving Environmental Health at School by Leslie Fields

Photovoice Project: Climate Change effects on future water supply and Colonias without water by Rebeka Isaac

Community Food Security in Underused Spaces in Urban Public Housings in Puerto Rico

Title VI and Environmental Justice

Environmentally Controlled Sustainable Integrated Agricultural

Teaching the Social Determinants of Occupational Health Equity: NIEHS Educational Resources to Promote Work Environment Justice and Sustainable Jobs

The Universal Language of Nature

Toxic Trespass Training Program: Addressing health concerns from Oil-Chemical exposures

Nature Smart

Understanding Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

Department of Housing and Urban Development’s View of Environmental Justice

Connecting Faith, Health and the Outdoors: Conetoe Family Life Center’s journey to improve their community’s health, social, and economic well-being through nature, Conetoe Family Life Center

Youth Energy Services, Rising Sun Energy Center, Berkeley, CA

2016 National Environmental Justice Conference and Training Program Presentations

Neighborhood Implications for The Baltimore Red Line Communities by Tracee Strum-Gilliam

McCarter Switching Station by Vivian Cox Fraser

Plan For An Alternative Transportation System Along the Selma to Montgomery (Voting Rights Act) National Historic Trail by Emile E. H. Dixon, Roderick Fluker

Imagineering* EJ In Your Community – Artists, Academics and Activists by Emily G. Lane

IMAGINEERING by Emily L. Harris

The Clean Power Plan by Leo Woodberry

Food Hubs: A Viable Economic Development Option for Distressed Communities by Cary Junior

Building Healthy Urban Communities through Urban Agriculture by Terry Cosby, Jack Bricker

Art, Human Development, & Environmental Justice: A Focus on Video Voice by Emily Lane

Leaping to LEP: USDA Forest Service impetus to reach Limited English Proficiency (LEP) audiences by Ricardo Martinez, Elaine Chalmers, Tamberly Conway

Sustainability 2.0: Environmental Justice And The Design Professions by Kofi Boone

Stewardship and Sustainability by Dr. Earl D. Trent Jr

Engaging Community Stakeholders in Air Quality Sampling and Geographic Information Systems Mapping with EJ SCREEN in Nashville/Davidson County, Tennessee by Lauren Wiggins, Kelley McClelland

An Introduction to EJSCREEN for Climate Justice Application by Christian Braneon, PhD

EJSCREEN: EPA’s Environmental Justice Screening Tool by Carlton Eley

Pay for Success (PfS): Validating Your Program’s Cashable Benefits to Secure Private Sector Investor Funding by Michael McKnight

Developing and Maintaining a Partnership for the Health of the Community and Environment: University of North Carolina Wilmington and the Town of Navassa by Bill Kawczynski, Mayor Eulis Willis, Roger Shew

Pay for Success (PfS) Validating Your Program’s Cashable Benefits to Secure Private Sector Funding by Dr. Bruce Tonn, Erin Rose

Prescriptions for Outdoor Activity: Improving Mental, Physical and Emotional Health through Connections with Nature by by Tamberly Conway, Ph.D., Sara Espinoza, Michelle Kondo, Ph.D.

Forward to the Future in Relevance – Delivering Programs to New Partners by Susan Johnson, Dana Coelho

Advancing Communities Through the Environmental Justice Academy by Ernest Muhammad, Sederra Ross, Joan Wesley, Gwen Smith, Sheryl Good

Improving Health Benefits in Underserved Communities Through Carbon Sequestration by Soh Yoke_bravo

Forging Ahead: Incorporating Environmental Justice & Climate Change Into National Environmental Policy (NEPA) by Kim Lambert

Forging Ahead: Incorporating EJ & Climate Change into NEPA by Kim Lambert

NIEHS Training to address occupational disparities and environmental justice and the benefits derived from this approach by Sharon Beard, Deborah Weinstock

2015 National Environmental Justice Conference and Training Program Presentations

Congressman James E. Clyburn addresses 2015 National Environmental Justice Conference

Youth Farmers Leadership Program by Hunter Scott and Zri Hitchcock

West Nile Virus in Rural Communities by Michele M. Rehbein 

Ruling and Serving: Stewardship & Environmental Justice In The National & Urban Community by Sam Hugo Willner

A Generation That Must F.L.Y. Find the Leader in You Issues on Environmental Justice and the Nuclear Industry by Aquila Harris, Audria Brooks, Courtney Key and Rozlyn Humphrey

Environmental Justice In My Community by Samantha Parker

PLT GreenSchools! Green Ambassadors – Transforming Houston’s Urban Food Deserts into Sustainable Food Forests–in Partnership with USDA Forest Service – Latino Legacy by Luis Angel Cruz, Christopher Martinez, Emerson Hernandez, Cinthia Cantu, Jesse Torres, Gabriela Bravo, Sophia Simmons, Jason Rodriguez, Nalleli Hidalgo, Dave Clipson, Juan Elizondo and David Salazard

Video:  PLT GreenSchools! Green Ambassadors – Transforming Houston’s Urban Food Deserts into Sustainable Food Forests–in Partnership with USDA Forest Service – Latino Legacy

Nature Explore: Building Capacity for Children and Communities in Environmental Literacy, Childhood Development, and Empowerment Through Connections with Nature by Tamberly Conway, Ph.D. and Susie Wirth

Building Resilient Youth from Underserved Communities: From the Hoods to the Woods by James A. Oftedal, Juana Rosas, Selene Garcilazo, Daniel Negrete, Patricio Sanchez, Felicia Perez, Houa Vang, Erik Espinoza, Maria L. Perez, Tecpah Kuauhtzin, Marco Ramirez, Alzae Kennon, Adilene Negrete, Dominic Palaroan

Video: Building Resilient Youth from Underserved Communities: From the Hoods to the Woods by James A. Oftedal

Strengthening Coping-Capacities Through Community Interventions: the Importance of Self-efficacy and Resources by Susanne Borner

Ivy City Right To Breathe Partnership by Shizuka Hsieh

Keep Indianapolis Beautiful: Tools We Use to Effectively Deliver Environmental Justice for Intentional Outcomes by Dave Forsell

The Need to Incorporate Environmental Justice in Marine Protected Area Management by Huey-Shian Chung

Building and Operating a Petrochemical Complex in a Poor Community: Not in My Backyard (Nimby) Versus Expecting Economic Benefits by Chi Pang Wen, MD, Ph.D. and Jamila Chiu,Ph.D.

Incorporating Environmental Justice into the National Environmental Policy Act Process by Kim Lambert 

Indigenous Perspectives Empowered: Forest Service Tools for Tribal Engagement by Estelle J. Bowman 

U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission: Tribal Liaison Program by Sandra Talley and Stuart Easson

A Community Focused Exposure Risk Screening Tool (C-FERST); Supporting Communities Using EPA Citizen Science Tools by Simphiwe Laura Stewart

Storytelling for Environmental Justice through the Lens of Social Media by Sherrell Dorsey

Climate Change: Energy and Community Impacts by Dr. Jonathan Pershing

Achieving Indoor Environmental Justice through Weatherization and Healthy Homes Initiatives by Erin Rose, Bruce Tonn, Beth Hawkins

Video: Achieving Indoor Environmental Justice through Weatherization and Healthy Homes Initiatives by David Hepinstall

Achieving Indoor Environmental Justice through Weatherization and Healthy Homes Initiatives By Ruth Ann Norton 

The People’s Senate: A Model for Transforming Toxic Communities From the Ground Up by Ingrid Brostrom

New Toxic Release Inventory Products to Enhance Community Awareness and Capacity Building: Lessons Learned from Pilot Projects in Four Environmental Justice Communities by Shelley Fudge 

Video: The Impact of Social Determinants on Health Disparities by Dr. David Rivers

Health Disparities: Poverty, The Root of it All! by Congresswoman Donna Christensen

Creating Diversity in Public Health Leadership: A National Priority for Health Equity and Environmental Justice by Dr. Britt Rios-Ellis

Small Lifestyle Changes Yield Big Results by Jeannette Jordan

Climate Justice and Public Health by Dr. John Balbus

Visualizing and Analyzing Community-Based Air Quality Sampling Results Using Geospatial Technology and Online Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) Data by Dr. David A. Padgett

Climate, Green Infrastructure, and Environmental Justice by Lisa Cotner

Delaware Riverkeeper Network by Maya Van Rossum 

Communicating Environmental Hazards: Neighborhood-level Environmental Health Information Concerning Coal Ash Ponds by Stephanie Piperno, Jeff Rose PhD 

Climate Change and Tribes: Places at the Table; Roles in the Action Plan by Dean Suagee 

A Place at the Table – The Indigenous Voice on Climate Change by Alicia Bell-Sheeter

Watershed Dam Rehabilitation Protecting Properties and Saving Lives, Plus More By Kevin L. Farmer

National Emergency Watershed Protection (EWP) Program by Fred Reaves 

Conservation Innovation Grants by Phillip (Kipp) Cherry

Technical Soil Services to Underserved Customers: Brownfields to Greenfields by Richard Shaw

California’s S.B. 535: Ensuring Greenhouse Gas Funds for Disadvantaged Communities by Arsenio Mataka

Environmental Justice through Implementation of the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund by Colleen Callahan

SB 535: A 5-year History Community Benefts Fund Concept Turns into Reality by Shankar Prasad

SB 535 Coalition Engaging EJ Communities for Transformative Climate Investments by Mari Rose Taruc 

Using Documentaries for Environmental Justice by Molly Murphy

Video: SB 535 Panel Presentation Part 1

Video: SB 535 Panel Presentation Part 2

Video: SB 535 Panel Presentation Part 3

2014 National Environmental Justice Conference and Training Program Presentations

2013 National Environmental Justice Conference and Training Program Presentations

Luncheon Speaker:  Dr. H. Beecher Hicks, Jr., Senior Servant, Metropolitan Baptist Church