Greater Boston residents of color are more likely to live close to high-polluting roadways. What does that mean for their health?
Join MAPC to learn more about their recently-released research on racial disparities in vehicle pollution proximity and to discuss the public health implications of those disparities. Following a presentation on the research findings, a response panel will discuss how this impacts frontline communities and different strategies for addressing these inequities.
- Representative Liz Miranda, MA House of Representatives
- Professor Madeleine Scammell, Boston University School of Public Health, GreenRoots Board Chair
- Jordan Stutt, Carbon Programs Director, Acadia Center
- Conor Gately, MAPC Senior Land Use and Transportation Analyst
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- July 21, 2020 at 2pm – 3pm