Newark, NJ-This week, Clean Water Action and NJ Environmental Justice Alliance (NJEJA), both founding members of the Coalition for Healthy Ports, held a Truck Count and Walking Tour in the South Ward of Newark, which is surrounded by highways, the airport, railroads, trucks, a superfund site, polluting industry and the Port of Newark.
WHAT: Truck Count and Walking Tour in the Weequahic Park and Dayton Street Neighborhood to highlight air pollution and health issues facing residents in the South Ward of Newark, NJ, which is surrounded by highways, railroads, trucks, a superfund site, polluting industry and the port. Hosted by Moving Forward Network (MFN) and Coalition for Healthy Ports member groups Clean Water Action and NJ Environmental Justice Alliance (NJEJA).
WHEN: Thursday, July 30, 2015, 8:30 am-Noon
A new report out today from Community Water Center, Clean Water Fund, and Union of Concerned Scientists highlights opportunities and strategies for engaging diverse stakeholders in California’s new system of groundwater management. “Collaborating For Success” draws on a wealth of research demonstrating the critical role of stakeholder engagement in achieving successful shared resource management.