• Publications
  • Influence
NIMBY, CLAMP, and the location of new nuclear-related facilities: U.S. national and 11 site-specific surveys.
  • M. Greenberg
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • Risk analysis : an official publication of the…
  • 1 September 2009
Public and political opposition have made finding locations for new nuclear power plants, waste management, and nuclear research and development facilities a challenge for the U.S. government and theExpand
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Concern about Environmental Pollution: How Much Difference Do Race and Ethnicity Make? A New Jersey Case Study
  • M. Greenberg
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Environmental health perspectives
  • 23 December 2004
A survey conducted among 1,513 residents of New Jersey during March–May 2004 showed that non-Hispanic black, non-Hispanic white, and English-speaking Hispanic Americans were significantly moreExpand
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Energy choices and risk beliefs: is it just global warming and fear of a nuclear power plant accident?
A survey of 3,200 U.S. residents focused on two issues associated with the use of nuclear and coal fuels to produce electrical energy. The first was the association between risk beliefs andExpand
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Understanding the economic costs and benefits of catastrophes and their aftermath: a review and suggestions for the U.S. federal government.
The number and magnitude of devastating natural and human events make it imperative that we actively and systematically estimate the costs and benefits of policy decisions in affected localities,Expand
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Gender differences in risk perception: effects differ in stressed vs. non-stressed environments.
Contrary to previous reports that women are more concerned about environmental risks than men, we hypothesized that men and women residing in neighborhoods stressed by multiple hazards wouldExpand
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Environmentally Devastated Neighborhoods: Perceptions, Policies, and Realities
It seems that residents prefer to see money spent on fixing the immediate dangers on their blocks than on making toxic waste sites safe. Beginning with a call for a definition of environment thatExpand
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The diffusion of public health innovations.
  • M. Greenberg
  • Medicine
  • American journal of public health
  • 1 February 2006
From the time we turn on the radio to hear the morning news until we turn off the television at night, we are bombarded by messages about new drugs, foods, exercise regimes, government programs, andExpand
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Region of birth and mortality from circulatory diseases among black Americans.
OBJECTIVES This study examines the relationship between birth-place and mortality from circulatory diseases among American Blacks. METHODS All Black deaths from circulatory diseases (InternationalExpand
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Delivering Fresh Water: Critical Infrastructure, Environmental Justice, and Flint, Michigan.
  • M. Greenberg
  • Business, Medicine
  • American journal of public health
  • 11 July 2016
The author reflects on the water infrastructure and lead poisoning in Flint, Michigan, how the incident offers a chance to rethink what is meant by critical infrastructure, and environmental justiceExpand
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