”CAP-AND-TRADE: WHO WILL BENEFIT?
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.
Living and Breathing in the Shadow of Chevron
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?”
Community Organizer, Alicia Rivera, is featured in this Free Speech Radio News documentary, “Climate Change: Rising Tides, Rising Voices,” about the impact of climate change upon Southern California communities. Listen to the documentary in its entirety here. Jump directly to Alicia’s interview here.
Where We Live: The Changing Face of Climate Activism. 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.
Democracy Now, 8/8/12: An in depth interview with CBE Organizer, Andres Soto, regarding the Richmond refinery fire on Aug. 6, 2012.