Link to Podcasts from the EJ Speaker Series

2007 Environmental Justice Speaker Series

Please click on link above to view the following:

Toward Critical Environmental Justice Studies: Emerging Issues Speaker Agenda (February 8 to April 11, 2007)

Risk Assessment: Asking the Wrong Question (Dr. Mary H. O’Brien, February 8, 2007)

Risk Assessment: The Intersection between the Law of Risk Assessment and Environmental Justice (Professor Don Hornstein, February 15, 2007)

Environmental Justice: Tribal Government and Indigenous People (Catherine O’Neill, March 7, 2007)

El D’a de los Muertos: The Death and Re-birth of the Environmental Movement (Eileen Gauna, March 14, 2007)

Litigation As a Response: And What Do Public Records Have To Do With It? (David Paul, March 22, 2007)

Emerging Issues: Constitutional Claims as a Response to Environmental (In)justices (Daria Neal, April 4, 2007)

Brownfields, Vacant Property & Smart Growth: Community Development at the Intersection of Environment and Health (Deeohn Ferris, April 11, 2007)

*** The speaker series complimented the Spring 2007 Environmental Justice class taught by Adjunct Professor, Monica Kirk. Environmental Justice Advocates (EJA) co-sponsored the series.

Mountaintop Removal Mining Resources

Legal framework for EJ issues

EJ Academic Program at Lewis & Clark Law School

EJA’s Community Partners

Other agencies and advocates

EJA Projects

Environmental Justice in the News