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Healthy Living Harlem: Green Mapping for Eco-Justice

Dorst MediaWorks, Earth Institute | May 18, 2009

Faith leaders and community activists of Harlem have joined forces to fight for environmental justice through a green mapping project. Green mapping identifies both green places, such as parks, and environmental hazards, such as places with high emissions. This video was produced by Dorst MediaWorks for the Earth Institute at Columbia University.

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