Justice40 Analysis

Is the Justice40 Screening Tool identifying the most disadvantaged communities?

Comment on the Climate and Economic Justice Screening Tool
Default | Advanced Analysis
Defined as Disadvantaged by Justice40
Not Disadvantaged, but has significant cumulative environmental justice burdens
Not Disadvantaged, but has a high concentration of people of color (over 50%)
Not Disadvantaged, but has both significant cumulative environmental justice burdens and has a high concentration of people of color (over 50%)

What is the Justice40 initiative?

The Justice40 Initiative aims to deliver 40 percent of the overall benefits of federal investments in climate and clean energy, including sustainable transportation, to disadvantaged communities. But how are those communities determined, and who is left out?

This analysis looks at which communities are defined as disadvantaged in the Justice40 beta screening tool and which communities fall short. To get started, pick a census tract to see how that community scores.

Video Walkthrough

If you're new to using this tool, here's a video walkthrough of CNT’s analysis of the Climate and Economic Justice Screening Tool data.

Census Tract: Select a census tract by clicking a location on the map.