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Toxic Geographies: chemical plants, plantations, and plants that will not grow
Marathon Petroleum, accused of fraudulently seeking tax exemption, asks commerce board to defer vote on its request
Archiving for the Anthropocene: Notes from the Field Campus
In a Notoriously Polluted Area of the Country, Massive New Chemical Plants Are Still Moving In
COVID-19 and Environmental Racism in Louisiana’s “Cancer Alley”
Long Exposed to Polluted Air, Louisiana’s Cancer Alley Residents Are Now in a COVID-19 Hotspot
U.N. Human Rights Experts Call Out Environmental Racism in Louisiana's 'Cancer Alley'
COVID-19 and Environmental Racism in Louisiana’s “Cancer Alley” – Counterpoint: Navigating Knowledge
UN Human Rights Experts Condemn Expanding Petrochemical Industry in Louisiana’s Cancer Alley as 'Environmental Racism'
In the most polluted part of America, residents now battle the US's biggest plastic plant
EcoAmerica et al, 2006: The American Environmental Values Survey
Webinar Recording Teaching and Governing Radiated Places, Past and Future
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