Human Services' Unique Position: Flexing New Ways to Pursue Environmental Justice
On the surface, human services agencies may not play the most obvious role in how federal, state, and local governments respond to climate change. After all, they aren’t involved in agriculture, energy, or environmental policy. But human services agencies are responsible for enhancing the health and well-being of individuals and families across the country—and climate change and related environmental injustices impact the health and well-being of the people they serve every day. This article shares insights from a conversation that dove into how human services fit into climate conversations.
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