Making Justice40 a Reality for Frontline Communities
We recommend guiding principles for how Justice40 can target and seek to eliminate five types of disparities that hinder a clean, just economy and society. We also identify lessons, both the good and the bad, from state and community-level experiences. While no state has taken all necessary steps to achieve climate action along with environmental, economic, and racial justice, many have made progress from which federal decision-makers can derive policy lessons and political momentum.
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