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WOODS: All Air is Not Created Equal

APRIL 13, 2021 | 12:00 - 1:00 P.M. PDT
via Zoom
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Postdocs and Graduate Students
Educational Affairs

Join panelists David Gonzalez (EIPER) along with Veronica Eady, Senior Deputy Executive Officer of Policy & Equity (BAAQMD), and Nayamin Martinez, Executive Director (CCEJN) for a conversation on air pollution and resulting health effects. Learn why poor quality air tends to be consistently and disproportionately prevalent in low-income and communities of color. And get informed about the policies, regulations and systems that must be addressed to create equity and improve health and environmental outcomes.

Some suggested pre-reading:
AB 32 Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 | California ARB
SB 535 Disadvantaged Communities | OEHHA

People of Color and the Poor Disproportionately Exposed to Air Pollution
Climate policy, environmental justice, and local air pollution

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