Environmental & Climate Justice

Racial and economic inequalities in our country and the systems that perpetuate these forces have concentrated toxic polluters near and within Black, Indigenous and communities of color and low-wealth communities, who consequently experience disproportionate negative health, environmental, and economic impacts. Climate change’s impacts hit low-wealth communities and communities of color the hardest, exacerbating systemic racial and economic inequities. Confronting and rectifying these environmental injustices is imperative as we work to tackle the climate crisis and create a cleaner, safer, and more sustainable future. The way our federal government operates needs to change, especially in agencies that are charged with protecting our public health to ensure we prioritize delivering benefits in environmental justice communities, address the cumulative impacts of toxic pollution, and dismantle systems and programs that perpetuate harm. 

Environmental & Climate Justice

US House, WI-02

Mark Pocan

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US House, NE-02

Tony Vargas

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US House, OH-01

Greg Landsman

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US House, OR-06

Andrea Salinas

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US House, TX-15

Michelle Vallejo

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US House, NY-18

Pat Ryan

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US House, CO-08

Yadira Caraveo

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US House, CA-47

Dave Min

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US House, CA-40

Joe Kerr

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US Senate, MO

Lucas Kunce

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US Senate, NJ

Andy Kim

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US House, NV-01

Dina Titus

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State House, MI-38

Joey Andrews

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US Senate, RI

Sheldon Whitehouse

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US House, ME-01

Chellie Pingree

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US House, CT-03

Rosa DeLauro

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US House, TX-16

Veronica Escobar

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US Senate, NM

Ben Ray Lujan

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US House, KY-03

Morgan McGarvey

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US House, CA-44

Nanette Barragan

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US House, NJ-09

Bill Pascrell

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US House, NC-04

Valerie Foushee

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US House, PA-05

Mary Gay Scanlon

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US House, MI-13

Shri Thanedar

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US House, AZ-03

Raquel Teran

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US House, NY-20

Paul Tonko

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US House, WI-04

Gwen Moore

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US House, CA-37

Sydney Kamlager

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US House, NJ-12

Bonnie Watson Coleman

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US House, CO-02

Joe Neguse

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