Date: Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Time: 11:00 am - 12:30 pm central
When analyzing the impacts of toxic releases on public health, it's critical to identify the extent to which communities are exposed to toxic releases. The Dillard University Deep South Center for Environmental Justice and EPA's TRI Program hosted this free webinar.
Click on the webinar recording to learn more about research being conducted by Drew University as part of the TRI University Challenge, and what this research means for communities, researchers, students, and industry. Presenters discussed identifying ways to apply TRI data to research on environmental health, environmental justice, and disaster response.
Below are links to additional webinar resources:
Webinar Presentations (pdf)
TRI University Challenge - Caitlin Briere - EPA Environmental Analysis Division
Using the EPA Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) to Better Understand Place-Based Risks of Industrial Pollution - Lisa Jordan - Director, Drew University Spatial Data Center
Assessing Air Pollution & Environmental Justice In New Jersey - Theresa Campbell - Junior Student Drew University
Linking FEMA Records on Hurricane Sandy to the EPA TRI: County Impact Analysis - Joe Sollod - Sophomore Student Drew University