Provides an extensive list of links to online resources in environmental justice.
Environmental Justice Resource Center (EJRC) was formed in 1994 to serve as a research, policy and information clearinghouse on issues related to environmental justice, race and the environment, civil rights, facility siting, land use planning, brownfields, transportation equity, suburban sprawl and Smart Growth. Resources include books, reports, curriculum guides, articles and video archives.
The current edition of the directory lists more than 400 people-of-color groups from 45 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Created as a standard reference guide, the directory is designed to help environmental justice organizations network with one another, as well as aid public and private decision makers reach community constituents and stakeholder groups.