Environmental Justice - Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.

New Rochelle,  NY 
United States
http://www.liebertpub.com/env
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Environmental Justice is the essential peer-reviewed journal exploring the equitable treatment of all people. The journal explores the development, implementation, and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations, and policies, as well as equitable and fair access to healthy housing, natural resources, health care, and economic opportunity.


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    Environmental Justice is the essential peer-reviewed journal that covers the adverse and disparate environmental burdens, exposures, and health impacts that affect marginalized populations all over the world. The Journal facilitates open dialogue among the many stakeholders involved in environmental justice struggles, including activists, communities, nonprofit organizations, academia, youth, government, and industry.

    Environmental Justice is offering all attendees complimentary 30-day Journal access.

    To Access Your 30-Day Trial:

    1. Visit Liebertpub.com/Accesstoken
    2. Login or register as a new user
    3. Once registered and logged-in, click the “Access” tab
    4. Enter Access Token, ENV-AGU30, and click Submit

    More information on the Journal can be found online or you may contact Journals Publisher, Jennifer Kuhn, via email with any questions. We look forward to hearing from you!


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  • Special Section: Chronic Disease & Climate Change
    Published bimonthly, Environmental Justice is a peer-reviewed journal covers the adverse and disparate environmental burdens, exposures, and health impacts that affect marginalized populations all over the world....

  • Environmental Justice published a special section on chronic disease and climate change in our August 2020 issue covering the prevention of chronic diseases in a climate change scenario in India as well as research on climate change in the context of asthma management.

    Scientific and observational evidence documents the adverse and potentially irreversible population health outcomes associated with environmental health risks attributed to climate change. Acute health problems associated with climate change may lead to long-lasting chronic conditions in affected individuals.

    Check out this issue on Environmental Justice’s webpage .

    Click here for more information on the Journal.