Public outreach, accessibility, and transparency are central to EDGI’s vision of good environmental governance; we apply the same aspirations for our own work. Documents appearing here reflect that commitment, with a report that recounts our early accomplishments and plans below.
Environmental Data Justice and the Trump Administration: Reflections from the Environmental Data and Governance Initiative
Dillon Lindsey, Walker Dawn, Shapiro Nicholas, Underhill Vivian, Martenyi Megan, Wylie Sara, Lave Rebecca, Murphy Michelle, Brown Phil, and Environmental Data and Governance Initiative. Environmental Justice. December 2017, 10(6): 186-192. https://doi.org/10.1089/env.2017.0020.
Commentaries and Blog Posts
- Lindsey Dillon, Christopher Sellers and Environmental Data and Governance Initiative (2017, December 5) “Environmental Data and Governance in the Trump Era” SSRC “Just Environments” Series
- Leif Fredrickson (2017, September 28) “The federal agency that few Americans have heard of and which we all need to know.” Washington Post.
- Britt Paris and Rebecca Lave (2017, July 20) “Environmental Injustice in the Early Days of the Trump Administration.” Union of Concerned Scientists.
- Leif Fredrickson (2017, July 14) “Scott Pruitt is wrong about the origins of the EPA.” Washington Post.
- Chris Sellers (2017, July 1) “Trump and Pruitt are the biggest threat to the EPA in its 47 years of existence.” Vox.
- Chris Sellers (2017, April 22) “How Republicans came to embrace anti-environmentalism.” Vox.
- Rebecca Lave (2017, February 16) “It’s vital for science that we cache US federal agency facts.” Higher Education.
- Phil Brown, Sara Wylie and Chris Sellers (2017, February 23) “Scott Pruitt’s First Address to the EPA: As Annotated by EDGI”
- Jerome Whitington (2017, January 17) “Environmental Data, Guerrilla Archiving, and the Trump Transition.” Cultural Anthropology.