EPA to Hold Webinar Briefing on Release of New Environmental Justice Web Resource
WASHINGTON (July 27, 2021) — On Thursday, July 29, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is hosting a webinar to demonstrate the “Power Plants and Neighboring Communities” web resource. This webpage includes interactive maps and supporting materials that combine information on air pollution emitted by fossil fuel-fired power plants with key demographical data on nearby communities. The Power Plants and Neighboring Communities web resource advances the Biden-Harris Administration’s commitment to environmental justice by empowering the public and policymakers with information and tools to better understand the disproportionate impacts of air pollution in overburdened communities.
EPA officials and Office of Air and Radiation staff will announce this new web resource and provide a detailed visual briefing via webinar.
WHO: EPA officials and technical staff
WHAT: Briefing webinar on Power Plants and Neighboring Communities web resource
Note: Following the briefing, EPA technical staff will be available to answer questions.
WHEN: Thursday, July 29, 11 a.m. ET
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Webinar ID: 160 842 8546
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