State officials say the Wisconsin Environmental Equity Tool is aimed at identifying environmental challenges and what needs to be done. Three virtual public listening sessions will be held next month where input will be accepted on environmental and health needs in the state. The tool will be used to analyze data so users can look at which Wisconsin communities are most impacted by environmental challenges, what the challenges are, and what can be done to build a healthy community. The Departments of Administration, Health Services, Natural Resources, and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation are creating what is being called an environmental and public health mapping system. Listening sessions will be held at 7:00 p-m November 2nd, 4:30 p-m November 4th, and 10:00 a-m November 6th.