What Are Your Top Environmental Justice Concerns? Take Our Survey

View of Downtown Cleveland from the south side
Air quality, water quality and an overreliance on cars are some environmental justice issues in Cleveland. [Gabriel Kramer / Ideastream Public Media]

Ideastream Public Media is taking on a new reporting initiative in partnership with other local news organizations focusing on environmental justice in Northeast Ohio.

Environmental justice is the fair treatment of all with regard to the development, implementation and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations and policies.

This can involve water, air, transportation and energy issues as well as disparities in basic access to fresh and healthy foods.

To help drive our reporting, we're seeking input from our readers, listeners and viewers.

Please consider filling out this survey to provide feedback on the environmental concerns most important to you and your community.

You can also engage with us via text message and tell us what’s going on in your neighborhoods. To get involved with this “Ask the Land” project, send a text to 216-606-8646.

This survey is part of an environmental justice reporting initiative involving partners Ideastream Public Media, The Land, The NewsLab at Kent State University, WKSU, La Mega, and the Northeast Ohio Solutions Journalism Collaborative (NEOSOJO).

Click here to take the survey.

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