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What Does the Community Think about Environmental Justice

Briefly, what is environmental justice to you:

  • Lack of knowledge 
  • Love, respect, and care for your environment
  • Lack of access to land
  • Safety
  • Making surroundings are taken care of properly/keeping it in order
  • Our right to have environmental justice
  • Human decency

When you hear the term “clean transportation” what comes to mind?

  • Eco-friendly
  • Electrical vehicles
  • Walking or anything that lessens carbon footprint (carpool, public transportation)
  • Accessibility
  • More light, more law enforcement, more community input
  • Efficiency
  • More biking, more bike lanes, get where you need to be without using a car
  • Making more electrical bikes

What does a more equitable or fair transportation system look like to you? To your community?

  • More incentives for using clean transportation

    • Financial, additional lane for carpooling/mass transit

  • More seats and new seats at bus stops for waiting

  • Expanded access program for those with disabilities and a better mobility program (help those that need a different way of traveling)

  • Better food storage when going to the market as a person who uses mobility and has mobility issues + more room for those taking mobility transport to bring more stuff with them

  • Better communication to the community about what transportation options are available to them

Past Events

A Conversation about Clean and Healthy Homes & Buildings

Wednesday, April 3, 2024


Baltimore Unity Hall
1505 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, MD 21217


A conversation about clean and healthy homes & buildings led by Abby Cocke from Green and Healthy Homes Initiative and NBC! Topics of discussion will be centered around what are Healthy Homes, Risk Factors of Lead, Pregnancy, Health Effects on Adults and Risk Factors of Mold. Incentives will be provided for your participation. Dinner starts at 5:30pm.

A Conversation About Clean and Healthy Homes & Buildings

Saturday, February 24, 2024


Fresh at the Avenue
Pennsylvania Ave Market
1700 Pennsylvania Ave, Baltimore, MD 21217


Community members can stop by the No Boundaries Coalition table and receive an incentive for participating in the conversation around environmental justice.

Food for Thought Workshop

December 5, 2023, 5:30PM–7:30PM

Baltimore Unity Hall, 1505 Eutaw Pl, Baltimore, MD 21217.


The No Boundaries Coalition is hosting a workshop to start a conversation on environmental justice and food access in the 21217 Baltimore area.