Several state organizations need your help in developing an environmental equity mapping tool.

They’re hoping to put together a map of Wisconsin communities based on different challenges they face, from pollution, to socioeconomic factors, to health and environmental hazards and more.

“By layering in that information and data to the levels of distress we already see, that will help us not only make better policy, but that’ll help us get resources to the folks that need it most,” said Deputy Secretary and COO Sam Rikkers with WEDC.

(Adapted from “State looking for your feedback on environmental equity mapping tool,” November 2, 2021, WAOW)