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Friday, November 3 • 10:45am - 11:35am
We're All in this Together- How the EPA Collaborative Problem Solving Model Can Support Environmental Justice

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In this session you will learn about and utilize the U.S. EPA’s Collaborative Problem-Solving Model (CPS), formatted specifically for educators. CPS is used for addressing environmental justice (EJ) by using the knowledge, resources, and lived experiences of people both directly and indirectly affected by an EJ problem. This model provides guidance on collaboration and communication between all of these people and can create conditions that enable them as a community unit to secure the resources necessary to produce effective, efficient, community appropriate, and/or long-term solutions to their EJ problem.

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Emma Buzecky

EJ Scientist, U.S. EPA Region 5
EJ Scientist at U.S. EPA Region 5's Tribal and Multi-media Programs Office. The Region 5 geographic coverage includes working with the states of WI, MI, MN, OH, IL, and IN. I utilize scientific, environmental justice, and environmental health concepts and principles in my work identifying... Read More →
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Megan Gavin

Environmental Education Coordinator, U.S. EPA Region 5

Nathan Melia

U.S. EPA Region 5

Friday November 3, 2023 10:45am - 11:35am CDT
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