In an article by KCET, Ivette Torres from MFN member Peoples Collective for Environmental Justice shared that people of color are 61% more likely than white people to live in a county with a failing grade for air quality. The push for zero emissions is also a push for health equity and racial justice.
The American Lung Association (ALA) just released its annual State of the Air Report and San Bernardino and Riverside counties ranked first and second for the worst ozone pollution in the country. Des...
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Today the Metro Board approved a "No Build" for the I-710 South Corridor Project Final Environmental Document. This is the result of 2 decades of community members standing up and fighting for health and improved air quality.