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MEMCARE-SRC Speaker Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Julie M Goodman
01:05:16
https://memcare.sph.harvard.edu/memcare-src-speaker-series
Ben Gerhardstein, ATSDR R9 (he/him)
01:05:17
Can you speak to any other steps EPA is taking to consider non-chemical stressors in community-specific chemical risk assessments (e.g., a superfund site clean up in an EJ community)?
Karina Gomez
01:06:41
Are the statistical and spatial models that the EPA uses to identify potential exposure locations readily available for community groups/environmental justice groups to use in their own communities?
D'Ann Williams (she/her)
01:10:50
Will the EPA be adding the evaluation of the air and water pollutants associated with rural environmental justice communities subjected to large scale animal production facilities?
D'Ann Williams (she/her)
01:12:39
Thank you Dr. Geller
Richard
01:13:52
Andrew great presentation. Q: Since CIA uncovers a wide range of issues and enviro-health-systems relationships outside of the chemical stressors upon which we may be acting - what do we do with that broad- ranging public health understanding and community info?
Charles Lee
01:14:54
With respect to Superfund sites, HIA's have been used to assess multiple and cumulative impacts. One that comes to mind is the Duwamish River Superfund assessment
Kaleigh Ann McAlaine
01:19:04
You mentioned EO 14008 for tackling the climatic crisis in the US and Abroad. Is the EPA addressing/researching cumulative impacts in developing communities abroad? Especially ones that may have been impacted by US actions?
Linn Gould
01:19:24
https://deohs.washington.edu/health-impact-assessment-duwamish-cleanup-plan