Resources and Reports
WE ACT frequently receives research and media requests for historical publications. Through our resources and reports page, you will find nearly 30 years of publications WE ACT has either authored, partnered in publishing, or been featured in.
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WE ACT on Victory Over EPA Ozone Delay
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 3rd, 2017 Contact: Brooke Havlik, 212-961-1000 ext. 320, email@example.com New York, NY — The EPA announced today that the agency will back down on Administrator Scott Pruitt’s attempts to delay implementing life-saving ozone and smog standards
Add Lead Tests to Your Back to School Checklist
NY signs the first lead in school drinking water testing bill in the nation into law
Addressing Public Health and Chemical Exposures: An Action Agenda
[:en]People in the United States encounter thousands of different chemicals in their daily lives and have questions and concerns about how these chemicals may affect their health.[:]
Advancing Environmental Justice through Community Based Participatory Research
[:en]CBPR seeks to build capacity and resources in communities and ensure that government agencies and academic institutions are better able to understand and incorporate community concerns into their research agendas.[:]
African American Leaders Reject Trump’s “Dirty Water Order”
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 28th, 2017 Brooke Havlik, WE ACT for Environmental Justice, 212-961-1000 ext. 320, firstname.lastname@example.org Washington, D.C. — Today, as Trump signed an executive order gutting protections for wetlands and drinking water sources for more than 117 million
Air Quality Town Hall
Air pollution doesn’t just damage your lungs; it can also break your heart. Join our virtual Air Quality Town Hall on Valentine’s Day, February 14, at 6:00 PM to learn about air quality and monitoring in Northern Manhattan. Participants will
New Study Finds Air Toxins Reduce IQ in Harlem Kids
Over 200 children from Northern Manhattan were studied.
Albany Energy Advocacy Day with the Energy Democracy Alliance
Concerned about climate change? Want to see more renewable energy? Tired of energy policies that favor the wealthy and those in power? Join us and the Energy Democracy Alliance for a day-long trip to Albany on May 29th to meet
Albany Advocacy Day: Kick Fossil Fuels Out of Buildings
Join leading climate groups from Buffalo to Long Island as we converge on Albany to demand that New York State Governor and legislature pass key climate legislation this year, including kicking fossil fuels out of buildings. Burning gas, oil, and
Albany Lobby Day for Toxic-Free Products
Are you concerned about toxic chemicals found in everyday products you and your family use? Then join us for a day-long visit to Albany on Tuesday, February 25th. We’ll be joining forces with our friends in the JustGreen Partnership to