Read our analysis and comments on California’s Scoping Plan, a direct and fact-based response to the false solutions polluting climate justice policy. [Read Comments]
January 25, 2018.
East Oakland CBE celebrated our 10 years of organizing!
The Governor of Washington has 60 days to make his final decision after the Nov 29th EFSEC decision to reject the proposed rail-to-ship terminal. Read CBE’s Statement on the decision.
“Electrification of transportation, providing affordable access to clean mobility options for low-income communities of color, and creating effective just transition programs in EJ communities are central strategies for ending our dependence on fossil fuels…” Read the press release.
We’ll be going through our community to point out the most toxic and extractive sites as well as resilient spaces and projects run by, and for, our community members!
Gira de Toxicidad y Resiliencia en Richmond
¡Vamos a ir a través de nuestra comunidad para señalar los sitios más tóxicos y extractivos, así como los espacios resistentes y proyectos dirigidos por y para los miembros de nuestra comunidad!
CBE is asking that participants make a $20 or sliding-scale donation to support the cost of running the tour. Bring a sandwich and snacks, we’ll have a picnic at Pt. Molate during the tour.
CBE solicita que los participantes hagan una donación de $ 20 o escala móvil para apoyar el costo de la gira. Traiga un sándwich y aperitivos, haremos un picnic en Pt. Molate durante el tour.
Read Press Release HERE.
Low-income communities of color impacted by tailpipe pollution can benefit from equity programs-incentives & rebates, electric vehicle car sharing, vehicle retirement & replacement, and financing assistance-that are at the heart of Charge Ahead CA. Click here for more information!
On the night of May 12, South Coast Air Quality Management District announced their approval of the massive Tesoro oil refinery merger and expansion project. Read our PRESS RELEASE