National Environmental Justice Advisory Council Public Teleconference, 8/26/10
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The National Environmental Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC) held its 35th public meeting on August 26, 2010, via teleconference. Discussions included:
- EPA’s Plan EJ 2014
- EPA’s Charge to the NEJAC on Incorporating Environmental Justice in to the Permitting Process
This audio transcript features a dialogue with EPA officials, and community concerns expressed during the public comment period.
|Full Meeting (MP3) (57.8 MB, runtime 02:48:31)
||Full Meeting||Full Meeting Transcript (PDF) (72 pp, 219K, about PDF)|
|Part 1 (MP3) (6.2 MB, runtime 06:49)
||Welcome and Introductions|
|Part 2 (MP3) (23.3 MB, runtime 50:50)
||Discussion on EPA’s Plan EJ 2014|
|Part 3 (MP3) (33.1 MB, runtime 01:12:22)
||Discussion on EPA’s Charge on Incorporating EJ into the Permitting|
|Part 4 (MP3) (3.3 MB, runtime 03:35)
Public Comment Period
|Public Comment Full (MP3) (17.3 MB, runtime 37:49)
||Full Discussion||See transcript above|
|Public Comment 1 (MP3) (7.5 MB, runtime 08:11)
||Lisa Arkin of Oregon Toxics Alliance, Eugene, OR|
|Public Comment 2 (MP3) (6.3 MB, runtime 06:50)
||Daniel Parshley of Glynn Environmental Coalition, Brunswick, GA|
|Public Comment 3 (MP3) (8.8 MB, runtime 09:36)
||Nikos Pastos of Alaska’s Big Village Network, Anchorage, AK|
|Public Comment 4 (MP3) (6.8 MB, runtime 14:52)
||Alice Wright-Bailey of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, Norristown, PA|
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