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The Grand Challenges: Energy, Development, and Global Health Pt 7 - Panel: Environmental Justice

Panel: "Environmental Justice" Sponsors: Policy Research Institute for the Region (PRIOR); Center for Human Values; Center for African-American Studies Lack of attention to critical regional issues has led to sprawl, lack of affordable housing, unplanned development, and neglect of our urban areas. These environmental injustices have a negative impact on people, and to the earth itself. A panel of experts will discuss and provide solutions to these issues which limit, unless addressed, the state's ability to sustain people and all living things. Moderator: Kimberly K. Smith, Currie C. and Thomas A. Barron Visiting Professor in the Environment and Humanities, Princeton Environmental Institute; Visiting Associate Professor, Center for African American Studies; Associate Professor of Political Science, Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota Panelists: Omar Freilla, Director, Green Worker Cooperatives George S. Hawkins, '83, Director, Department of the Environment, Washington, DC Martin P. Johnson, '81, President and Chief Executive Officer, Isles, Inc.
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