WesPac is GONE!!!!! Read all about it here...
In other parts of the US, several county elections related to local environmental health were decided on Tuesday, and overall they went very well. In Colorado, four cities voted on propositions to ban or pause fracking. Three of the four (Fort Collins, Lafayette, and Boulder) won; the other (Broomfield) lost by 13 votes, which will […]
Over in Benicia, the Good Neighbors Steering Committee is concerned about Valero’s plan to increase rail capacity for some of the same reasons we oppose WesPac’s project: greater risks of spills more noise and pollution from more rail traffic the crude being brought in will be heavy, dirty, unconventional crudes like tar sands and fracked […]
Learn how other communities have dealt with threats to their local environment in the past! On Saturday, November 16th, we will show A Fierce Green Fire: The Battle for a Living Planet in Pittsburg at two free screenings with the director present to take questions from the audience (that’s you)! From today’s globe-spanning issue of […]