EPA announced on July 26 that it has released an interim guidance document to help agency staff incorporate environmental justice into the agency’s rulemaking process. The document, Interim Guidance on Considering Environmental Justice During the Development of an Action, seeks to advance environmental justice for low-income, minority and indigenous communities and tribal governments who have been historically underrepresented in the regulatory decision-making process. The guidance also outlines the multiple steps that every EPA program office can take to incorporate the needs of overburdened neighborhoods into the agency’s decision-making, scientific analysis, and rule development. EPA staff is being encouraged to become familiar with environmental justice concepts and the many ways they should inform agency decision-making. EPA is seeking public feedback on how to best implement and improve the guide for agency staff to further advance efforts toward environmental justice.