Disability and Environmental Justice

Image of a group of young people holding protest signs for environmental justice. Signs read things like: "Our house is on fire," "evidence over ignorance," and "System Change Not Climate Change"

The National Center for Disability, Equity, and Intersectionality represents a diverse group of stakeholders focused on the intersection of disability and other marginalized identities, providing a unique lens on the challenges faced by disabled individuals in environmental justice. Below, you will find The Center’s Public Comment to support the development of a federal environmental justice science, data, and research plan.

You can find a plain language summary of this document here.