The Environmental Protection Agency is awarding $200,000 to Baltimore’s YH2O mentoring program, which prepares youth for full-time jobs in water management.
That’s cool. But why?
The financial support is part of the EPA’s $50 million commitment to helping low-income and communities of color impacted by pollution, climate change, and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Anything else I should know?
This is the Biden administration’s first substantial investment in environmental justice.
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