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Campaign to Protect Alaskans’ Drinking Water from PFAS Ramps Up

At least a dozen Alaskan communities have PFAS-contaminated drinking water . . . and Gov. Dunleavy has refused to help Read Pam Miller's Op-Ed in the Juneau Empire to learn more about how ACAT is helping Alaskans with toxic PFAS in their drinking water and the legislation that would begin to address the problem. Op-Ed

The Role of Community Engaged Research in Achieving Environmental Health and Justice

CHE-Alaska Teleconference: Recorded Wednesday, January 29, 2020 Download the presentation slides here (PDF) Listen to the recording here The CHE-Alaska speaker this month is Dr. Elizabeth Hoover, an Associate Professor of American Studies at Brown University who teaches about environmental health and justice in Native communities, indigenous food movements, and community-engaged research. She has written