Civic Data and Case Study for Santa Ana

On October 23, 5-6pm PDT, the Environmental Injustice Teaching Team will host a 1-hour virtual workshop. Participants will learn to use a research framework that examines many different factors that contribute to environmental problems (social, political, economic, biochemical, technological) in Santa Ana, California. The workshop is open to everyone, including researchers, teachers, students and community members. The goal is to create an opportunity to work together, leveraging different skills and easily accessible environmental data resources. Part of the workshop will focus on ways local organizations like Orange County Environmental Justice can use data provided by the US Environmental Protection Agency and other sources to show how and where environmental injustice is happening in Santa Ana. No prior experience with research or environmental data is expected. The workshop is designed for mutual learning.


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October 13, 2020

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Tim Schütz, Kim Fortun, Maggie Woodruff, Prerna Srigyan and Kaitlyn Rabach . 13 October 2020, "Civic Data and Case Study for Santa Ana", Disaster STS Network, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 9 November 2020, accessed 27 June 2022.