Almost a year ago President Joe Biden signed an executive order to make EJ part of his mission by developing programs and policies to address the disproportionate burden, high adverse human health, environmental, climate-related, and other cumulative impacts. In order to achieve this mission the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency must address the impacts of an expanding freight transportations system.
As we begin 2022, we are demanding that actionable measures be taken to protect communities most burdened by the effects of deadly diesel emissions, now.
Environmental justice communities are disproportionately impacted by pollution and the effects of climate change that come from the freight sector. The EPA must quickly move forward with new federal r...
Almost a year ago, @POTUS signed an executive order to make EJ part of his mission. Now, we're demanding @EPA and @POTUS act now to protect communities most burdened by deadly diesel emissions. Take action by signing @The_MFN’s letter today! ⬇️
To address #ClimateChange, we need to move toward zero emissions, not #NetZero.
We have to reduce emissions at source. Real solutions must put an end to the extractive economy while fostering a #JustTransition to locally-based, regenerative economies.