Center for Environmental Justice Publications


Special Report: Smart Growth and Its Effects on Housing Markets: The New Segregation (PDF)


2009

National Policy Analysis: Does President Obama Have a Mandate For His Pledge to Cut U.S. Carbon Emissions? by David A. Ridenour

New Visions Commentary: Obama, the Pickens Plan and the Potential Fire Next Time, by Deneen Borelli

2008

Press Release: New Poll Finds that Majority of African-Americans Oppose Public Lands Bill

New Visions Commentary: Elites Denying Affordable Energy to Average Americans, by Deneen Borelli

Press Release: Black Activist on End of Congressional Ban on Oil Exploration: ‘Energy Freedom Day’ Great for Families and for Energy Independence

New Visions Commentary: Property Rights: It's Not Just for the Rich, by Reece Epstein

New Visions Commentary: Congressional Liberals Having Their Cake and Eating It, Too, by Kevin Martin

National Policy Analysis: Ethanol: A Burden on the Poor, by David Ridenour

Press Release: Overwhelming Majority of Americans Oppose Lieberman-Warner Global Warming Proposal, New Poll Suggests

Press Release: EPA Sludge Tests a "Modern-Day Tuskegee Experiment"; Children in Poor Black Neighborhoods Potentially Imperiled by EPA Studies

New Visions Commentary: Global Warming Policies Cool Minority Economic Engines, by Deneen Borelli

Press Release: Americans Cool to Global Warming Action, New Poll Finds

New Visions Commentary: Politicians Prescribe Aspirin to Treat Economy They Poison, by Roy Innis

Blog: Project 21 Helps Expose Hypocrisy of Environmental Elite in the Third World

Blog: Project 21's Parks on Environmental Alarmism

2007

National Policy Analysis: Thanks to Congress, Ethanol and Biofuel Mandates Cause Food Prices to Soar, by Dana Joel Gattuso

New Visions Commentary: Congressional Black Caucus Shortchanging Poor and Minority Energy Consumers, by Roy Innis

New Visions Commentary: Is Congress "Smarter Than a Fifth Grader"? by John Meredith

New Visions Commentary: Live Green or Simply Live? by Stella Dulanya

New Visions Commentary: Anti-DDT Policies Are Deadly for Africa, by Thompson Ayodele and Adegoke Anthony

New Visions Commentary: CAFE Tab Too Expensive for America, by Deneen Borelli

New Visions Commentary: Car-Crazy Congress Set to Break the American Auto Industry, by Kevin Martin

New Visions Commentary: House-Passed "Price Gouging" Bill No Relief to Consumers, by Deneen Borelli

2006

Press Release: Senator Allen's National Heritage Area Threatens to Disproportionately Harm Minorities

2005

Blog: Containing Sprawl: The True Cost

2004

Project 21 Press Release: Black Activists to Expose Environmental Policies that Harm Minority Advancement at National Press Club Earth Day Press Conference; Policies That Inadvertently Encourage Segregated Housing Among Those Cited as in Need of Reform

New Visions Commentary: Elitist "Environmental Justice" Bad News for Minorities, by David Almasi

New Visions Commentary: Elitist Environmentalists Say "No Thanks" to New Jobs, by Kevin Martin

Press Release: Black Activists Condemn Elitist "Earth Day"

Ten Second Response: Superfund: Polluters Already Pay, by Amy Ridenour

2003

National Policy Analysis: Hispanic Economic Progress Endangered by McCain-Lieberman, by David Almasi

Ten Second Response: Hispanics Would Be Hard-Hit by McCain-Lieberman Global Warming Proposal, by Amy Ridenour

Press Release: Black Group Opposes Civil Rights Commission Environmental Justice Report

National Policy Analysis: Civil Rights Report Wrong on Environmental Justice Priorities, by David Almasi

National Policy Analysis: Tnkering With Energy is Playing With Fire: Cap and Trade Schemes are Regressive, Placing Burdens on Low-Income Communities, by Bonner Cohen

Press Release: Black Group Praises Bush for June 23 Demand that European Leaders Step Up International Fight Against Hunger; Renews Call for End to European Ban on Genetically Modified Foods

Ten Second Response: Feed the World: Bush Challenges European Ban on Genetically-Modified Foods, by Amy Ridenour

Press Release: Black Conservative Group Urges Bush to Press European Leaders to Join Fight Against Hunger in Africa; Calls for End to European Ban on Genetically Modified Food

2002

Study Released: Smart Growth and Its Effects on Housing Markets: The New Segregation (full text)

Press Release: New Study Says Minorities and Poor Harmed by Anti-Sprawl Policies

Press Release: Environmental Justice Study to Be Released

National Policy Analysis: Kyoto: Good Reviews for Bad Rubbish, by Amy Ridenour

National Policy Analysis: Fuel Efficiency Regulations Save Gas But Cost Lives and Money, by Mary Katherine Ascik

National Policy Analysis: EPA's Regulatory Turnaround an Example of Compassionate Conservatism in Action, by Syd Gernstein

New Visions Commentary: Historic Preservation Saves Buildings But Robs Residents of Goods and Services, by Syd Gernstein

Ten Second Response: TSR Extra - Recess Notes: Answers to Questions on Common Environmental Questions

Ten Second Response: Federal Government Raises Price of New Homes to Protect the Lumber Industry it Has Nearly Killed, by Tom Randall

New Visions Commentary: LCV Environmental Scorecard Ratings Shortchange Urban Blacks, by Mike Green

Project 21 Press Release: U.S. Environmental Policy Unfriendly to Minorities; African-American Network Wants Earth Day Reassessment of Regulations

National Policy Analysis: Giving With One Hand, Taking Away with the Other: Competing Government Policies Both Promote and Deny Homeownership Opportunities for Minorities, by David Almasi

New Visions Commentary: Living With One Hand, Taking Away with the Other: Competing Government Policies Both Promote and Deny Homeownership Opportunities for Minorities, by David Almasi

Relief Report newsletter: Anti-Sprawl Policies Undermine Programs to Help Minorities and the Poor

National Policy Analysis: State Regulators Destroy Los Angeles's Fellowship With the Ringmakers, by Syd Gernstein

National Policy Analysis: On Environmental Issues, Conservative Groups and Labor Unions are Natural Born Allies, by Tom Randall

National Policy Analysis: Global Warming: Administration Could Snatch Defeat From the Jaws of Victory, by Tom Randall

National Policy Analysis: Who Will Monitor the Monitor? Commission on Civil Rights Chairman's Uncivil Manner Screams for Scrutiny, by David Almasi

New Visions Commentary: Who Will Monitor the Monitor? Commission on Civil Rights Chairman's Uncivil Manner Screams for Scrutiny, by David Almasi

New Visions Commentary: A Different Standard for the Powerful Means No Environmental Justice From Washington, by Syd Gernstein

National Policy Analysis: A Different Standard for the Powerful Means No Environmental Justice From Washington, by Syd Gernstein

National Policy Analysis: The Greatest Unfounded Health Scares of Recent Times, Part I: DDT, by Adam J. Lieberman (1967-1997) and Simona C. Kwon, M.P.H.

National Policy Analysis: Brownfields Revitalization Cuts Urban Blight, Suburban Sprawl, by Syd Gernstein

New Visions Commentary: Brownfields Revitalization Cuts Urban Blight, Suburban Sprawl, by Syd Gernstein

National Policy Analysis: Civil Rights Commission Should Address the Economic Impact of Environmental Justice Policies, by David Almasi

New Visions Commentary: Civil Rights Commission Needs to Assess the Economic Impact of Environmental Justice Policies, by David Almasi

2001

Press Release: Congress Passes Environmental Legislation to Benefit Blighted Inner-City Communities

National Policy Analysis: Patience or Panic? The EPA Seems to Let Demographics Decide, by Syd Gernstein

National Policy Analysis: Global Warming Policies Could Unfairly Harm Minorities and the Poor, by Rep. John Peterson (R-PA)

New Visions Commentary: Global Warming Policies Could Unfairly Harm Minorities and the Poor, by U.S. Congressman John Peterson (R-PA)

New Visions Commentary: New Gas May Force Blacks to Run on Empty, by Syd Gernstein

New Visions Commentary: Global Warming: Hot Air That's Going to Make Me Colder and Poorer, by Edmund Peterson

New Visions Commentary: Choking Black Prosperity, by Syd Gernstein

2000

New Visions Commentary: Economic Opportunities and Social Issues Trump Environment as Top Concern for Poor and Minorities, by John Carlisle

Press Release: United Nations Meeting in The Hague Will See Demise of Kyoto Global Warming Treaty

New Visions Commentary: Global Warming Rules Make This Black Man Hot Under the Collar, by John Meredith

National Policy Analysis: Costly Economics and Faulty Science Kill the Kyoto Global Warming Treaty, by John Carlisle

Press Release: Africa Cries Out for Genetically-Modified Foods

Press Release: Global Warming Laws Could Destroy Black Economic Gains

Press Release: Economic Opportunity and Social Issues Trump Environment as Top Concerns for Poor and Minorities

National Policy Analysis: Suburban Snob Politics Fuels "Smart Growth" Land-Use Movement, by John Carlisle

Press Release: Congressman Nick Smith to Speak at Press Conference Praising Biotechnology and Criticizing Unsound Science of Biotechnology Critics

New Visions Commentary: The Time is Now for a New Environmental Justice Policy, by Michael Centrone

National Policy Analysis: Economic Opportunity and Social Issues Trump Environment as Top Concerns for Poor and Minorities, by John Carlisle

National Policy Analysis: Treaty to Combat Global Warming Threat Would Hurt Americans' Standard of Living, by John Carlisle

National Policy Analysis: The Time for Superfund Reform is Now, by Michael Centrone

National Policy Analysis: Choking Black Prosperity, by Syd Gernstein

National Policy Analysis: How the EPA Became a Public Health Risk, by Michael Centrone

National Policy Analysis: Clean Air Regulations Harmful to Minority Economic Gains, by Syd Gernstein

New Visions Commentary: Bio-Foods Can Improve Nutrition in America, Cut Starvation and Disease in Africa, by John Meredith

New Visions Commentary: Bill Clinton Makes Blacks Pay More at the Pump, by Stuart Pigler

National Policy Analysis: Gasoline Additives Fuel High Prices and Environmental Problems, by Syd Gernstein

New Visions Commentary: Needed: Environmental Justice for Minorities, by John Carlisle

National Policy Analysis: Bio-Foods Can Improve Nutrition in America, Cut Starvation and Disease in Africa, by John Meredith

National Policy Analysis: Bill Clinton Makes Blacks Pay More at the Pump, by Stuart Pigler

National Policy Analysis: The Time is Now for a New Environmental Justice Policy, by Michael Centrone

National Policy Analysis: Biotechnology: Putting an End to World Hunger, by Michael Centrone

National Policy Analysis: Needed: Environmental Justice for Minorities, by John Carlisle

New Visions Commentary: Government Doesn't Understand True Environmental Justice, by John Meredith

Press Release: Earth Day No Celebration for Black Americans: African-American Network Seeks Environmental Justice from Overregulation, by John Meredith and Kenneth Flowe

New Visions Commentary: When Regulations Border on Racism, by John Carlisle

1999

National Policy Analysis: Tastes Great, Less Filling: New Bioengineered Foods Bring Benefits to Consumers, by Amy Ridenour

National Policy Analysis: No Pleasing Environmentalists, by John Carlisle

Press Release: Anti-Biotechnology Policies Backed by Some Seattle Protesters Could Cause Preventable Starvation in the Developing World

Press Release: Activists Attack Bio-Engineered Food Despite Benefits to the Poor and the Sick: Environmental Groups Join in Attack on Technology that Aids the Environment

Press Release: Earth Day No Holiday for Black Americans

1998

National Policy Analysis: What Earth Day Means to Minority Citizens, by Edmund Peterson

1997

Press Release: President Clinton Violates His Own Executive Order on "Environmental Justice"

National Policy Analysis: President's Interpretation of "Environmental Justice" Jeopardizes Minority Health and Well-Being, by David Ridenour

Press Release: Glickman "Food Summit" Yet Another Rout of GOP as Regulatory Reform Reaps Benefits for Poor, by Amy Ridenour

Talking Points: EPA's New Clean Air Standards Could Place Children at Greater Risk

1996

Press Release: Environmental Group Attacked for Backing Anti-Minority Foreign Policies: African-American Group Calls on Environmentalists to Stop Promoting Third-World Abortions

   

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