Projects

EJCSU Members Funded Projects Related to Environmental Justice

Malin, S. (2014) “The QBC Study: Quality of Life and Biomarkers in Communities with Oil and Gas Production.” National Institutes of Environmental Health Sciences R21 Grant Program. National Institutes of Health.

Malin, S. (2014) “Shifting Landscapes, Stressful Lives: Unconventional Oil and Gas Drilling in Rural American Communities,” Rural Sociological Society Early Career Award.

Malin, S. (2011) “Paradoxes of Uranium Development in the American West,” Rural Sociological Society Dissertation Fellowship, $5,000

Malin, S. (2009) Research Scholarship, International Association for Society and Natural Resources, $1000

Malin, S. (2007) Grassroots Activism in Monticello, Utah, through Popular Epidemiology, American Sociological Association’s Spivack Community Action Research Initiative Grant. $3000. (Co-PI with Dr. Peg Petrzelka.)

Shelley, T.  (2013-2014) Problems Related to the Oil and Gas Industry During a Flood Disaster: The Nature and Extent of Citizen Complaints and Satisfaction with Government Responses, Co-Principal Investigator: Tara Opsal, Natural Hazards Center, University of Colorado, $2,550.

Shelley, T.  Correctional Facilities: Impacts of Integrated Design for Long-Term Energy Sustainability, Phase II, Co-Principal Investigators: Jeni Cross and Tara O’Connor Shelley, Larimer County Facilities Department, (basic research), $6,000.

Shelley, T., Stevis, D., Laituri, M. and Malin, S. (2014) The Institutionalization of Equity and Environmental Justice at CSU: A Proposal for an Interdisciplinary Working Group on EEJ, School of Global and Environmental Sustainability (SoGES) (with Dimitris Stevis and Melinda Laituri) $7,500.

Shelley, T.  (2011-2012) Greening Correctional Facilities: Impacts of Integrated Design for Long-Term Energy Sustainability, Phase I, Principal Investigator: Jennifer Cross, Co-Principal Investigator: Tara Shelley, Environmental Governance Working Group/Center for Multiscale Modeling of Atmospheric Processes & Governor’s Energy Office, (basic research), $5,000.

Shelley, T.  (2011-2012) Greening Correctional Facilities: Impacts of Integrated Design for Long-Term Energy Sustainability, Phase II, Principal Investigator: Jennifer Cross, Co-Principal Investigator: Tara Shelley, Environmental Governance Working Group/Center for Multiscale Modeling of Atmospheric Processes & Governor’s Energy Office, (basic research), $11,550.

Shelley, T.  (2009-2010) Understanding the Relationship between Risk and Public Support for Energy Conservation and Climate Change Policies, Co-Principal Investigator: Deanna Kowal, Environmental Governance Working Group Mini-Grant, School of Global Environmental Sustainability, Colorado State University, $375.

Stevis, D. (2014) “Environmental Justice CSU,” Colorado State University School of Global Environmental Sustainability Global Research Challenge Team, Co-PI ($7,500)

Stevis, D. (2011) Colorado State University Energy Supercluster Seed Grant (with Michele Betsill) ($24,500)

Stevis, D. (2008) Center for Fair and Alternative Trade Strategies grant ($5,000)