Exposure to pollution and lack of access to clean, affordable energy solutions has created economic and health disparities—particularly in Black, Brown, Indigenous, and low-income communities. What are the Biden-Harris administration’s policy priorities around environmental justice and pollution-free energy infrastructure? How do we ensure that everyone has access to clean air, water, and sustainable housing?
On Thursday, July 29, at 12:00pm CST, The Hill will convene advocates and sustainable energy experts—including Fresh Energy’s lead director, energy access and equity Ben Passer, executive director of Environmental Health Watch Kim Foreman, Chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality The Honorable Brenda Mallory, and founder and executive director of The Shirley Chisholm Project Jacqueline Patterson—for a comprehensive discussion on environmental justice and climate priorities. Steve Clemons, The Hill‘s editor-at-large, will moderate the discussion.
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