SLIDES: Environmental Justice: Comprehensive Approach

Publication Year:
2007
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http://scholar.law.colorado.edu/climate-of-environmental-justice/2
Author(s):
Targ, Nicholas
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conference paper description
Presenter: Nicholas Targ, Holland & Knight, former Associate Director for Environmental Justice Integration, Office of Environmental Justice, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency16 slides