Dr. Stefania Tomaskovic explains the meaning of environmental justice using Houston’s air pollution, which leads the nation and its distribution patterns. She provides probative illness data.
Stefania Tomaskovic reveals inconvenient truths
Stefania Tomaskovic, Ph.D., (she/her) serves as Coalition Director for the Coalition for Environment, Equity, and Resilience. She believes that a strong, resilient Texas is possible: one where every person can access safe, affordable housing, where every neighborhood has healthy air, water, and soil, and where our economy is strengthened by meaningful work opportunities that support healthy livelihoods without harming each other or the environment.
CEER’s mission is to raise awareness of the connections between pollution, place, and the public’s health. It envisions a region that is equitable, environmentally sustainable, and economically strong, where residents have the opportunity to live, work, learn, play, and pray free from environmental hazards. To make that vision a reality, we advocate for public and private investment in protecting communities by cleaning up hazards that contaminate our air, water, and land while at the same time preventing or reducing flooding.
Stefania explains the meaning of environmental justice as uses Houston’s air pollution, which leads the nation and its distribution patterns. She provides the sad reality about the locations of cancer alleys throughout the area,
Dr. Tomaskovic explains the current state of climate change. How does it affect us locally, nationally, and internationally? Most importantly, she speaks about the requirements of climate justice.
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Is Texas and other states, and the national government doing enough?