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Housing Markets & Environmental Justice

Hear from Dr. Chris Timmins on how housing markets and redlining relate to current environmental injustices. Christopher D. Timmins is a Professor in the Department of Economics at Duke University, with a secondary appointment in Duke¿s Nicholas School of the Environment. He specializes in natural resource and environmental economics, and his recent research focusing on measuring the costs associated with exposure to poor air quality, the benefits associated with remediating brown-fields and toxic waste under the Superfund program, the valuation of non-marginal changes in disamenities, and the causes and consequences of environmental injustice.
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Tuesday, October 27, 2020
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7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Dr. Chris Timmins
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Environmental Justice in North Carolina

Hear from Dr. Chris Timmins on how housing markets and redlining relate to current environmental injustices. Christopher D. Timmins is a Professor in the Department of Economics at Duke University, with a secondary appointment in Duke's Nicholas School of the Environment. He specializes in natural resource and environmental economics, and his recent research focusing on measuring the costs associated with exposure to poor air quality, the benefits associated with remediating brown-fields and toxic waste under the Superfund program, the valuation of non-marginal changes in disamenities, and the causes and consequences of environmental injustice.

Register here by 5:15 PM EST on 10/27: http://tinyurl.com/y23xxyes

Contact: Ashley Rosen