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Officials are giving residents of some long-suffering New Jersey communities tools to push back against polluters.

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Pollution in Black communities should make environmental justice a racial justice issue for Biden administration
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Pollution in Black communities should make environmental justice a racial justice issue for Biden administration

Industrial pollution has sickened and poisoned Black communities for decades. Environmental justice experts have a solution to stop this.
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Here's how scientists want Biden to take on climate action

Ambitions include promoting electric vehicles and incorporating environmental justice.

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Here’s what it will take for Biden to deliver on environmental justice

Environmental justice advocates are cautiously optimistic about the new administration's plans to protect vulnerable communities.
Biden schools Trump on environmental justice during debate
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Biden schools Trump on environmental justice during debate

Kristen Welker's question about the unequal burden of pollution was the first ever in a presidential debate history.

EPA postpones speaker series on racism after White House order
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How climate migration will reshape America
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How climate migration will reshape America

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