(Los Angeles, CA February 18, 2016)– “Governor Brown Commits $176 million to Clean up Exide Mess in South East Los Angeles” –Statement
(Richmond CA, January 26, 2016)– “County Admits Tarsands Plan: Proposes Rejecting Oil Trains Project”
(Richmond, CA, July 11, 2015)– “Protesters March Against Oil Trains: Richmond Calls for an end to Fossil Fuels and Demand Clean Energy Now!”
(Richmond, CA, July 6, 2015)–“Activists Detained Hanging “Stop Oil Trains Now” Banner to Kick off Week of Action”
(Oakland, CA, May 6, 2014)–“Pollution Isn’t Color Blind in Oakland.”
(Sacramento, CA, January 22, 2014)–“We’re on our way to a million electric vehicles”
(Los Angeles, CA, October 30, 2013)–PRESS CONFERENCE & RALLY AGAINST A GROSS POLLUTER IN VERNON
(San Francisco, CA, October 18, 2013)–California Leads the Way, Finalizes Major Rule To Advance Clean Energy
(San Francisco, CA, August 19, 2013)–Community Groups File Legal Challenge to Bay Area Planning Agencies for a Better, Smarter Growth Plan
(San Francisco, CA, May 29, 2013)–Lawsuit Filed to Help Communities Fight Power Plant Air Pollution
(Huntington Park, CA, March 8, 2013)–Community Celebrates New School and Park Opening on the Site of a Former Toxic Concrete Mountain
(Sacramento, CA, February 6, 2013)–CBE Joins New Coalition to Protect California’s Landmark Environmental Law
(Sacramento, CA, February 5, 2013)–Oil Industry Fuels California Lobbyists
(Richmond, CA, October 1, 2012)–City to vote on safer, less-polluting refinery technology following disastrous Chevron fire.
(Oakland, CA, August 30, 2012)–Oakland is Not a Toxic Dumping Ground. Planning Commission (3-2) Denies Crematorium Appeal.
(Oakland, CA, August 27, 2012)–Dirty crude suspected in refinery fire probe; agencies accept CBE’s recommendation for early path of investigation
(Sacramento, CA, April 19, 2012)—Regulator (California Public Utilities Commission) Says “No!” to More Fossil Fuel Power Generation in California
(Sacramento, CA, July 28, 2011)–Environmental Justice Groups File Comments with the California Air Resources Board, Offer Alternatives to Cap and Trade to Combat Climate Change. Read CBE’s comments to CARB here.