August 2014

A Blog for and about Funders Focused on Health and the Environment
What do people organizing for environmental justice, advocating for healthier housing and building materials, mapping hotspots of pollution and poverty, or monitoring impacts of oil and gas production have in common? They’re all creatively using data-sharing to engage lots of people in identifying, understanding and solving problems. In this blog post, Kathy Sessions discusses how HEFN held a meeting and has published a paper to help our environmental health and justice funder community explore the opportunities of using data-sharing efforts to scale up the environmental health and justice movement.

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