June 8, 2017

Bloomberg's Bureau of National Affairs takes a broad look at how environmental regulation and efforts towards health equity must be driven by data rather than anecdote--and discusses the current administration's troubling trend of discounting data-driven environmental research findings. While national efforts may begin to flounder, Associate Professor of Applied Environmental Health Sacoby Wilson talked about the increasingly robust partnerships that communities and academic institutions have forged to quantify and raise awareness about issues of pollution and health disparities. 

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