Environmental Justice & Climate Protection Conference

Join us June 13–14, 2024 for the Environmental Justice & Climate Protection Conference at the Georgia Southern University, Armstrong College campus in Savannah, GA. A Zoom connection is also provided. Hosted by the Dogwood Alliance, Science for Georgia, the Center for Black Women Wellness, Georgia Southern University Institute…

EPA Thriving Communities Technical Asst. Centers (TCTAC) Explained

We hope you can join us at our upcoming in-person RCE meeting on May 29th, 3:30 — 6:30 PM, where EPA’s Region 4 Thriving Communities Technical Assistance Center (TCTAC) is providing training and technical support to communities that are working on environmental justice issues and are seeking funding.…

“A Community’s Stand Against Pollution in Newark”

Dr. Ana Baptista, co-director of the Tishman Environment and Design Center and board member of Ironbound Community Corporation and New Jersey Environmental Justice Alliance, is working with community members of Newark, NJ in their efforts to fight back against toxic pollution and environmental racism in their neighborhoods. The…

Community Research Opportunity: Community Block Assessment and Digital Literacy Training

Dr. Sacoby Wilson and his Community Engagement Environmental Justice and Health (CEEJH) Lab team are reaching out to let you know about an upcoming research opportunity funded by the AARP Community Challenge program. This study will strictly observe COVID-19 guidelines. Our “My Block Counts” Project focuses on reducing the digital knowledge…

Ga. lawmakers push bills to limit local government sway over energy rules — Georgia Recorder

<<Please go to the Georgia Recorder website to see their full article>> “… I think Savannah’s message is especially persuasive–the city is on the front lines—already experiencing climate change challenges. It is outrageous the general assembly is trying to mess with Savannah’s best efforts to adapt [to the effects…

Climate Change, Pollution and Life In Our Coastal Waters

Join Damon Mullis, Executive Director of Ogeechee Riverkeeper and Kris Williams, Director of the Caretta Research Project Presented by the Unitarian Universalist Church of Savannah Green Team A Free Zoom Event When: Saturday, November 7 @ 10:00 – 11:30 AM Your Zoom link:  https://uuma.zoom.us/j/92663694816…