CBE Updates

CBE’s Board of Directors Announces CBE’s Newest Executive Director–Darryl Molina Sarmiento, CBE’s Former Southern California Director

Press Release HERE!

For Immediate Release 6/26/2017: CBE Perseveres Despite Multiple Break-ins and Theft

Read Press Release HERE.

For Immediate Release 6/14/2017: CBE Sues South Coast Air District over Tesoro LA Expansion

See Press Release HERE!

Remembering Ana Cano

Read Roberto Cabrales’ dedication to Ana Cano

For Immediate Release: Beyond the Red Dots

Lives beyond the red dots and on the frontline need the power and knowledge to advocate for change. Read CBE East Oakland’s press release on EDF and Google Cars mapping of air pollution in East Oakland here!

Charge Ahead California Leading With Equity Programs To Bring Zero-Emission Electric Vehicles to CA’s Most Disadvantaged Communities

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!

For Immediate Release: Air District Approves Tesoro Plan for West Coast’s Largest Oil Refinery Despite Looming Pollution Threat to Neighbors

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 

People’s Climate March Los Angeles: Thousands March in Wilmington to Resist Tesoro Expansion

Our communities and allies including at least two thousand people came together April 29th and marched right up to the gates of the Tesoro LA Refinery. See our No Tesoro Los Angeles Expansion page

Unite to Resist at the #PeoplesClimateMarch on April 29th

We are uniting and resisting the Tesoro refinery crude oil invasion to the West Coast and its connection to Dakota Access! Join #PeoplesClimateMarchLA with frontline communities fighting for Environmental Justice! Learn more here!

One Year after Clean Up Green Up became City ordinance

Meet Magali and Ruben! One year ago we passed #CleanUpGreenUpLA
The goal to transform TOXIC HOT SPOTS by improving public health and air quality. Today in an effort to protect our communities special districts, or GREEN ZONES have been set in place, to target pollution prevention, reduction and creating a healthier LA along the way. Magali and Ruben are our small business outreach team connecting Wilmington businesses with Green investment opportunities! Thank you Magali Sanchez-Hall and Ruben Hoyos!

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