My current research and consulting efforts have evolved from my interest
and research in environmental inequality as an undergraduate in
environmental studies and sociology and as a graduate student in
the sociology Ph.D. program at the University of California,
Throughout my academic career I have employed pollution data and U.S. Census data to investigate the intersection
of the potential for exposure to toxic pollution and demographics. My
current research, a Ph.D. dissertation, is devoted to the public disclosure of environmental data and information. I am focusing on this because communities cannot do comprehensive heatlh and nature protective research without full public disclosure and access to environmental data and
information. Research is only as good as the information available.
With the exception of this current effort all of my academic research has been
done in partnership with my academic advisor, mentor, and friend
Professor Andrew Szasz. Of course, Professor Szasz is an integral
part of this research as well as he is the chair of my dissertation
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