IRIN’s principal role is to provide news and analysis about sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East and parts of Asia for the humanitarian community. IRIN (Integrated Regional Information Networks) is part of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, but its services are editorially independent. Its reports do not necessarily reflect the views of the United Nations and its agencies, nor its member states.
The networks target decision-makers in relief agencies, host and donor governments, human rights organizations, humanitarian advocacy groups, academic institutions and the media. IRIN strives to ensure that affected communities can also access reliable information, so they can take informed decisions about their future.
Toward Environmental Justice: Spatial Equity in Ohio and Cleveland. William M. Bowen, Mark J. Satling, Kingsley E. Haynes, and…
Spatial Inequality and the Distribution of Industrial Toxic Releases: Evidence…. Glynis Daniels and Samantha Friedman
GIS Modeling of Air Toxics Releases from TRI-Reporting and Non-TRI-Reporting…. Dana C. Dolinoy and Marie Lynn Miranda
Data and Tools
LandScan. Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Global Population Project