Environmental Inequality – Dr. Diane Sicotte – Drexel University


Concentrations of environmentally hazardous land uses are detrimental to communities. They come with unknown health risks and can hurt the community economically.

Dr. Diane Sicotte, an Associate Professor of Sociology at Drexel University, studies environmental inequality. Dr. Sicotte combines sociological research methods with geographic and historical methods to investigate the role of race/ethnicity, social class, labor and waste disposal technologies in the development of environmental inequalities.  Learn more about Dr. Sicotte here: http://drexel.edu/coas/faculty-research/faculty-directory/sicotte-diane/.