Fast Disaster Case Studies Fall 2020

This case study report focuses on “worst case” scenarios for release of toxic chemicals. The report addresses a series of ten questions that draw out local details in a manner that encourages comparison with other places.

The research has been done quickly (within the constraints of a quarter-long undergraduate class) so is limited to and points to the need for further research and community engagement. The goal is to help build both a body of research on environmental injustice and a network of researchers ready to help conceptualize and implement next-generation environmental protections. 

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All rights reserved.

Created date

November 13, 2020

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Kim Fortun, Tim Schütz, Kaitlyn Rabach , Prerna Srigyan and Maggie Woodruff. 13 November 2020, "Fast Disaster Case Studies Fall 2020", Disaster STS Network, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 13 October 2021, accessed 17 October 2021.