Geospatial Research, Analysis, and Services Program (GRASP) uses geospatial science, analysis, technology, and visualization to examine the relationship between place and health. Courtesy of the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry.
This report improves examines the degree to which four socially vulnerable populations— defined based on income, educational attainment, race and ethnicity, and age —may be more exposed to the highest impacts of climate change.
Hosted by the Harvard Chan-NIEHS Center for Environmental Health, this series examines residential racial segregation in the Greater Boston area, environmental racism at the neighborhood and household levels, and environmental racism in regard to personal care products.
This report from the Metropolitan Area Planning Council identifies key areas in the region where residents live close to large sources of vehicle pollution and quantifies the racial inequities that exist in pollution proximity
Use Social Explorer to visualize and interact with data, create maps, charts, reports and downloads. Explore hundreds of thousands of built-in data indicators related to demography, economy, health, politics, environment, crime and more.
Key demographics, maps, charts, and information about nearby fossil fuel power plants that can be used as a general indicator of a community’s potential susceptibility to these types of environmental exposures.