This page lists upcoming events from other organizations that are also fighting the WesPac terminal or engaged in similar work.
Announcing a Community Meeting: Our Vision of the Northern Waterfront
If you live in Contra Costa County, you may have heard of a massive effort called the Northern Waterfront Economic Development Initiative (NWEDI), which aims to re-industrialize the coastline along the Carquinez Strait. It’s more likely you have not heard about it, since it has been operating mostly behind closed doors, with minimal input from local residents. Launched in 2013, this initiative is an economic development revitalization “framework” led by Supervisors Federal Glover and Mary Piepho, and targets the towns of Hercules, Martinez, Concord, Pittsburg, Antioch, and Oakley, as well as unincorporated waterfront cities.
Join us in a community meeting to learn about the current plan from county leaders, and then hear from community residents and organizations advocating for an alternate vision that protects our environment, promotes renewable energy and sustainable businesses. Community Meeting Saturday, August 15 10 am to 1 pm Nick Rodriguez Community Center 213 F St, Antioch, CA 94509 Lunch will be served, so advance registration is required.
Announcing the 2nd Annual Connect the Dots Refinery Corridor Healing Walks 2015!
Join Native American Elders in a non-violent walk in prayer and conversation for clean air, water, and soil! Idle No More envisions a healthy future for all children, safe jobs, railroads, and waterways, and a just transition to safe and sustainable energy!
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