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Wasted Places is a collaborative investigation by six nonprofit newsrooms into federal and state programs designed to cleanup and redevelop polluted tracts known as brownfields.The project was coordinated by the Investigative News Network, and reported and written by the Connecticut Health Investigative Team, City Limits, Iowa Center for Public Affairs Journalism, the New England Center for Investigative Reporting, the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism and INN.

Wisconsin story: Recession worsens Wisconsin’s brownfields backlog Sept. 23, 2012
Stories from our collaborators: Wasted Places main page

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Kate Golden, multimedia director and reporter, specializes in environmental stories and data visualizations.