EAC’s Executive Director Jeanne Herb and Tisha Holmes of Florida State University embarked on a project funded by the Global Ideas for U.S. Solutions Team at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF).
Today’s NJSPL blog describes the collaborative work that has been done with the Policy Lab, the Bloustein School, and NJDEP to construct guidance for municipalities to develop Environmental Justice Action Plans.
The Center for Women and Work suggests the state improve resources for those at risk of domestic violence and recommends further housing protections as the pandemic lingers on.
A discussion of many aspects of green buildings from the design of the physical space to all of the components of its total operation, including how public policy could work in favor of more green and better building practices.
A dive into the National Environmental Protection Act and the foundations of Bloustein’s multidisciplinary, interconnected programs.
Students are selected on merit and from historically underrepresented groups to make the profession more responsive to the diverse communities it serves.