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Dr. Winston Abara
Arnold School of Public Health
University of South Carolina
"No other journal covers the topic in equivalent breadth. It collects scholarship in the area in one easily accessible place."
Associate Professor of Environmental Studies
St. Paul, MN
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David Naguib Pellow, PhD
Don Martindale Professor of Sociology
University of Minnesota
“Environmental Justice provides a balanced multi-disciplinary forum to facilitate discussions about global environmental inequalities that are directly tied to social, health, economic, engineering, and political equity.”
Sylvia Hood Washington, MSE, PhD, ND
University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health
Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences
Institute for Environmental Science & Policy
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