WGBH featured Daniel Faber and other NEJRC members in ‘Hit First And Worst:’ Region’s Communities Of Color Brace For Climate Change Impacts. Read and/or listen here.
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News at Northeastern featured NEJRC Research Associate, Alfred Brownell in a humans rights pieces called ‘There’s No Way I’ll Be Silenced.’ Read here.
The Christian Science Monitor featured Daniel Faber in “Small Town Tries to Put Lid on Power of Big Trash: Southbridge, the 10th-poorest town in Massachusetts, is set to vote June 13 on whether to allow Casella Waste Systems to expand what has already become the state’s largest landfill.” Read here.
NPR’s WCAI discussed ‘Climate Change is Hitting Home, and It’s Not Fair’ with Daniel Faber. Read and or listen here.
7 News Boston captured Daniel Faber’s speech at the Rally to Stand Up for Science in Copley Square. Watch here.
On January 19, 2015, Professor Faber was interviewed by the WGBH Program Living Lab in celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. The focus of the interview was about Massachusetts’ environmental justice issues, and the new reforms put in place by Governor Patrick. To listen to the interview, and/or read the Living Lab writeup of key points made during the interview, click here.
In November of 2014, Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick signed an executive order promoting environmental justice across the state. The measure is a “historic act,” says Northeastern sociology professor Daniel Faber, whose research over the past decade helped jumpstart the dialogue around this issue early on. For a discussion in the Northeastern News, click here.
Media coverage of the Philanthropy and Environmental Justice Research Project can be found at “In The Times.”