Major Environmental Justice Measures Advance in California

  1. “Our voices and presence in Sacramento lead to policies that protect our communities,” said Ingrid Brostrom, Senior Attorney at the Center on Race, Poverty & the Environment. “The bills passed in 2015 will reduce toxic exposures of residents living near hazardous facilities, increase resources to areas burdened by environmental violations, and provide low-income residents with opportunities to participate in the new solar economy.”

Read more at http://caleja.org/2015/09/major-environmental-justice-measures-advance-in-2015-legislative-session/