Toxic Justice: Human Rights, Justice and Toxic Waste in Cambodia



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Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive Waste Center of Expertise (US Army Corps of Engineers):: cleans up sites contaminated with hazardous waste, radioactive waste, or ordnance.

Food Justice:: Food justice seeks to ensure that the benefits and risks of where, what, and how food is grown, produced, transported, distributed, accessed and eaten are shared fairly. Food justice represents a transformation of the current food system, including but not limited to eliminating disparities and inequities. Food advocates may work on several different issue areas, but share the common goal of challenging the injustices that exist throughout the do

Ant Baits: A Least Toxic Control:: University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension in Lancaster County factsheet on using baits to control ants found indoors.

Ohio Toxic Mold and IAQ Information:: Information on toxic mold, asbestos, radon, lead and other indoor air quality issues

Anthrax and Toxic Mold Environmental Conference:: Biological and hazardous materials information and toxic mold conference in Toronto, January 31, 2002. Chris D'Andrea from the New York City Health Department to be guest speaker.

Environmental Justice Groups and Events:: From the San Francisco Bay Area Progressive Directory.

Community Coalition for Environmental Justice:: Addresses environmental health issues impacting low income people and people of color in Washington State and the Pacific Nortwest.

Connecticut Coalition for Environmental Justice:: Connecticut Coalition for Environmental Justice "Protecting CT's Urban Environments.” The mission of Connecticut Coalition for Environmental Justice is to protect urban environments primarily in Connecticut through educating communities, through promoting changes in local, state, and national policy, and through promoting individual, corporate and governmental responsibility towards our environment. We define environment as including the places

California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC):: The Department of Toxic Substances Control, or DTSC, protects California and Californians from exposures to hazardous wastes. The Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) regulates hazardous waste, cleans-up existing contamination, and looks for ways to reduce the hazardous waste produced in California. Approximately 1,000 scientists, engineers, and specialized support staff make sure that companies and individuals handle, transport, store,

Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice:: Clearing house and resource center helping communities organize to stop toxic/pollution problems and create healthy communities.