Communications Coordinator, Steven Low, speaks to Mutiny Radio on their show, The Weekly Review, about EJ, dirty crude, and CBE’s work to move California towards a sustainable energy system. Listen to a 3 min clip. Full interview here. Learn more about Mutiny Radio.
CBE Senior Scientist, Greg Karras, discussed the health and safety hazards that refining dirtier crude oil poses for the Bay Area region at the Ecology Center in Berkeley, CA. Learn more about dirtier crude oil.
CBE Organizer, Nehanda Imara, testifies against the development of a proposed crematorium in a community already over-burdened by air pollutants.
CBE Organizer, Andres Soto, is interviewed on KALW’s show, Your Call: the one year anniversary of the Richmond Chevron disaster.
Bill Gallegos and Alicia Rivera are featured in this 35 min blog radio segment about the low-income communities of color whose health will be traded away under Cap and Trade.
CBE Richmond Organizer, Andres Soto, is featured in this eight minute video about the health harms that will inevitably befall low-income communities of color if Cap & Trade is implemented in California. Read the accompanying article in The Nation, “Will California’s Cap and Trade Be Fair?”
Bill Gallegos speaks to Pacifica Evening News about the likely harmful effects of California’s Cap and Trade program upon low-income communities. This KPFA radio segment aired 11/12/12.
This 9-minute documentary eloquently portrays the crucial role played by environmental justice organizers in mobilizing the vote to defend California’s historic global warming legislation, linking their work to similar efforts around the world.
An in depth interview with CBE Organizer, Andres Soto, regarding the Richmond refinery fire on Aug. 6, 2012.