Healthy and Resilient Communities Research Webinar Series
About the Series
EPA's Office of Research and Development began hosting this webinar series in 2023 to communicate research and tools intended to help communities and local decision makers protect their assets and reduce vulnerabilities. Topics include site remediation and restoration, community health and wellbeing, and community resilience. The webinars in the series are free and typically held on a quarterly basis on the second Tuesday of the month from 3 to 4 p.m. ET.
The series will be of particular interest to local government, Tribal Nations, and nonprofit organization (NGOs), particularly when focused on community planning, resilience, and superfund; universities with community/environmental justice-focused research; and consultants and tech assistance providers.
Topics and dates for webinars are subject to change. If you would like to be notified when new webinars are scheduled, please sign up to receive email invitations.
|Brownfields, Gentrification, and Environmental Justice Research: Learning from Past Experiences
|Cumulative Impacts of Potential Flood Exposures, Resource Access, and Social Vulnerability on Health Outcomes
|Allostatic load and epigenetic age acceleration as composite measures of cumulative sub-clinical health impacts of environmental, social, and lifestyle factors in community studies
Past Webinar Recordings
Closed-captioned recordings of the webinars are provided below. Certificates of attendance cannot be provided for viewing webinar recordings.