There is no environmental justice without racial justice. Too often marginalized communities around the world are disproportionately affected by environmental crises. We know that if we want a healthier planet and life, environmental racism needs to be addressed. EcoWatch.com has published many reports showing the intersection of environmental and racial injustice.
The disproportionate impact of fossil fuel infrastructure -- and other sources of pollution -- on communities of color will be discussed on the Sustainable Wellesley meeting. Here are a variety of actions YOU, our Wellesley community, can do to make a difference.