Earth Day 2019 special
Journal Environmental Justice offers free access to articles
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., 2019-04-27

The journal Environmental Justice (jEJ) is one of the most relevant pioneers in the field of Environmental Justice Research. The peer-review journal is published bimonthly, covering the impacts and environmental burdens that affect marginalized populations all over the world. Interdisciplinary reports on communities, industry, academia, government, and nonprofit organizations are considered in its editions including human health and the environment, natural science, technology, land use and urban planning, public and environmental policy, environmental history, legal history as it pertains to environmental justice, environmental sociology, anthropology of environmental, health disparities, and grassroots activities.

The jEJ is under the editorial leadership of Editor-in-Chief Sylvia Hood Washington, PhD, MSE, MPH, and senior Editor Kenneth Olden, PhD, ScD, LHD, among others.

Environmental Justice is proud to recognize Earth Day 2019 with complimentary access to a selection of our top papers making an impact in the equitable treatment of all people, especially minority and low-income populations, with respect to the development, implementation, and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations, and policies.

FREE ACCESS now through May 6, 2019.
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Greening God? Christian Ecotheology, Environmental Justice, and Socio-Ecological Flourishing
Christopher William Hrynkow
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Racial and Ethnic Differences in Connectedness to Nature and Landscape Preferences Among College Students
Dorceta E. Taylor 
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Siting of Wood Pellet Production Facilities in Environmental Justice Communities in the Southeastern United States
Stefan Koester, Sam Davis 
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Fugitive Chemicals and Environmental Justice: A Model for Environmental Monitoring Following Climate-Related Disasters
Jaime Madrigano, Juan Camilo Osorio, Eddie Bautista, Ryan Chavez, Christine F. Chaisson, Erika Meza, Regina A. Shih, Ramya Chari 
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Environmental Data Justice and the Trump Administration: Reflections from the Environmental Data and Governance Initiative
Lindsey Dillon, Dawn Walker, Nicholas Shapiro, Vivian Underhill, Megan Martenyi, Sara Wylie, Rebecca Lave, Michelle Murphy, Phil Brown; and Environmental Data and Governance Initiative 
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Toxic Bios: Toxic Autobiographies—A Public Environmental Humanities Project
Marco Armiero, Thanos Andritsos, Stefania Barca, Rita Bras, Sergio Ruiz Cauyela, Cagdas Dedeoglu, Marica Di Pierri, Lucia de Oliveira Fernandes, Filippo Gravagno, Laura Greco, Lucie Greyl, Ilenia Iengo, Julia Lindblom, Felipe Milanez, Sergio Pedro, Giusy Pappalardo, Antonello Petrillo, Maurizio Portaluri, Elisa Privitera, Ayse Ceren Sari, Giorgos Velegrakis 
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