Dr. Shaun Crawford, an environmental health consultant, has spent his career studying the effects of coke oven emissions from steel plants on communities, including extensive investigative work in Birmingham, Ala.
Crawford will bring his expertise as a technical advisor to the Citizen Science Community Resources Inc., a grassroots organization addressing the effects of emissions from the Tonawanda Coke Plant.
Crawford will give a presentation on his work in North Birmingham and provide residents an opportunity to share their stories from 10:30 a.m. to noon Dec. 16 at the Citizen Science Community Resource office, 3200 Elmwood Ave., Room 210, Kenmore.
Register to attend by calling the CSCR office at 873-6191 or contact CSCR director Jackie James Creedon at firstname.lastname@example.org. Coffee and doughnuts will be served.