Palos Verdes-South Bay Sierra Club

Category: Environmental justice


What Is Environmental Justice, And Why Should I Care?

The link between minority housing and higher rates of pollution was not established by chance.

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Will the State Budget Affect Environmental Justice for the South Bay?

How are environmental inequities, particularly those resulting from pollution in and around the Port of L.A., addressed in the proposed state budget?

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“A Great Weight is Lifted” By Cheryl Frick

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Links of Interest

A pilot program to shuttle folks to the Palos Verdes Nature Preserve from RPV Civic Center will begin in March. Daily Breeze Art, plastics and politics Southern Sierran Biden’s plan to conserve 30% of U.S. land and water by 2030…

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Talkin’ ‘Bout My Generation

Talkin’ ‘Bout My Generation By Judy Herman, Foggy View Editor My Generation, a campaign of the California Sierra Club, is fighting for an equitable transition to a fully electrified economy powered by 100% clean, renewable energy. Volunteer leaders, especially young…

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Links of Interest

The Forest Committee of Sierra Club’s Angeles Chapter launches a series of programs on wildfire Annals of a warming planet: The West Coast wildfires are Apocalypse, Again. The New Yorker Severe burn damage from California wildfires seen from space. Live…

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Racism, Covid-19 and Oil Drilling Are Conected

By Melanie Cohen, Conservation Co-Chair California has long produced some of the dirtiest, most carbon-intensive crude oil in the world, with operations taking place dangerously close to homes, schools, hospitals and other sensitive sites. Proximity to oil development is associated…

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