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National Environmental Justice Advisory Council Public Teleconference, 8/26/10

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Event Information

The National Environmental Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC) held its 35th public meeting on August 26, 2010, via teleconference. Discussions included:

  • EPA’s Plan EJ 2014
  • EPA’s Charge to the NEJAC on Incorporating Environmental Justice in to the Permitting Process

This audio transcript features a dialogue with EPA officials, and community concerns expressed during the public comment period.

Files Description Transcript
Full Meeting (MP3) (57.8 MB, runtime 02:48:31)
Full Meeting Full Meeting Transcript (PDF) (72 pp, 219K, about PDF)
Part 1 (MP3) (6.2 MB, runtime 06:49)
Welcome and Introductions  
Part 2 (MP3) (23.3 MB, runtime 50:50)
Discussion on EPA’s Plan EJ 2014  
Part 3 (MP3) (33.1 MB, runtime 01:12:22)
Discussion on EPA’s Charge on Incorporating EJ into the Permitting  
Part 4 (MP3) (3.3 MB, runtime 03:35)
Closing Remarks  

Public Comment Period

Files Description Transcript
Public Comment Full (MP3) (17.3 MB, runtime 37:49)
Full Discussion See transcript above
Public Comment 1 (MP3) (7.5 MB, runtime 08:11)
Lisa Arkin of Oregon Toxics Alliance, Eugene, OR  
Public Comment 2 (MP3) (6.3 MB, runtime 06:50)
Daniel Parshley of Glynn Environmental Coalition, Brunswick, GA  
Public Comment 3 (MP3) (8.8 MB, runtime 09:36)
Nikos Pastos of Alaska’s Big Village Network, Anchorage, AK  
Public Comment 4 (MP3) (6.8 MB, runtime 14:52)
Alice Wright-Bailey of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, Norristown, PA  
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The information, reports and recommendations listed on this page are the products of the National Environmental Justice Advisory Council, an independent council created under the Federal Advisory Committee Act to provide independent advice and recommendations on the subject of environmental justice to the EPA Administrator.

The information, reports and recommendations found on this site reflect the opinions and views of the independent National Environmental Justice Advisory Council, and not necessarily the views or opinions of the U.S. EPA.

 


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