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“Information Systems to Advance Environmental Justice”


“Information Systems to Advance Environmental Justice”

September 10, 2020 (1:00-2:30 pm EDT)

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is continuing its training webinar series to build the capacity of state environmental justice practitioners. The first webinar in 2020 “Information Systems to Advance Environmental Justice” is now open for registration.

WEBINAR: Information Systems to Advance Environmental Justice

  • When: September 10, 2020 (1:00-2:30 pm EDT)
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  • About: Advancing environmental justice requires refined information on environmental emissions and exposures, health effects, and social determinants of health. This is in addition to screening level information available through EJ mapping tools from California and other states as well as EPA. For this reason, we are providing three examples of cutting-edge data systems on environment and public health, i.e., Wisconsin Department of Health?s Environmental Public Health Tracking Program, Texas Council on Environmental Quality?s emission events database, and EPA?s Toxic Release Inventory.
  • Speakers:
  • Constance Bell, Health Educator, Bureau of Environmental and Occupational Health Division of Public Health, Wisconsin Department of Health
  • Cynthia Gandee, Special Assistant, Coastal and East Texas Area, Office of Compliance and Enforcement, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
  • Shelley Fudge, Environmental Justice and Tribal Coordinator, Toxic Release Inventory Program, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Registration is required. Registered participants will receive details on how to access the webinar closer to the date of the session.

For more information, please visit:

For questions about the series, please contact: Charles Lee at

New Money for Brownfields and Environmental Justice

“EPA’s Office of Brownfields and Land Revitalization is providing $6.9 million in supplemental funding for 25 current successful Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) grantees. The RLF supplemental funds are being provided to communities that have demonstrated success in using their Revolving Loan program to clean up and redevelop brownfield sites. The funds will be used to continue their progress in reusing vacant and abandoned properties and turning them into community assets such as housing, recreation and open space, health facilities, social services,¬†and commerce opportunities.”

These additional funds follow on the substantial funding USEPA is providing for environmental justice communities impacted by covid-19. For more information on those program please visit

For more information on the Brownfields funds, visit

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Certified Small Woman-Owned Business

Carlson Foley Enterprises has received certification from the Commonwealth of Virginia as a small, woman-owned business. We are actively looking for teaming partners and subcontracting opportunities at the state and federal level. The company has a track record with GSA Schedules, USEPA , and DOD contracts. Please give us a call! (540)222-9594

TikTok Adds More Analytics

TikTok (Beijing-based ByteDance’s hot video application) is introducing some new analytics and reporting features for their invitation-only Creator Marketplace.  It seems mostly the usual analytics for campaign view/like/share/CPV/CPE and it will offer the option of analyzing the impact of influencers.

At the same time TikTok is under a National Security review, it’s been banned from government-issued devices by the US Army.   Legislation was introduced in Congress last week to prohibit Tik Tok from all government devices.

What do you think?  Too little to late? Too much risk for too little reward?