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Fortun, Kim. 2018. “California's Environmental Data Capacity: Making Environmental Sense?" In California at Risk, a class project for “Ethnographic Methods,” Anthropology 215a University of California Irvine, Fall 2018. http://disaster-sts-network.org/content/californias-environmental-data-c...

CA Enviro Data Essay Bibliography

ESSAY BIBLIOGRAPHY Fortun, Kim. 2018. “Ethnosketch, Peopling a Project: CA Enviro Data” In “California's Environmental Data Capacity: Making Environmental Sense?" In California at Risk , a class project for “Ethnographic Methods,” Anthropology 215a University of California Irvine, Fall 2018. http...Read more

California at Risk

California at Risk is a collaborative project to understand “late industrial” California through examination of ways interlaced scales (local to transnational and atmospheric) and systems (sociocultural, technical, eco-atmospheric, etc) together produce risks, vulnerabilities and governance...Read more

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US EPA Environmental Justice Map of Southern California

This is an interactive online map released by the US EPA in 2015 that highlights  how poverty, racism and pollution intersect in communities across the United States.  Southern California has some of the worst “hot spots.” The map has been used internally at the EPA for about five years; one use was in an EPA program to “make a visible difference in communities.”   In California, the program focused on Gilroy (30 miles from San Jose) and the Imperial Valley.   In 2014, state agencies in California released a similar, more detailed map, Cal EnviroScreen, said to be used to distribute funds from its cap-and-trade program for “pollution-cutting projects.”