May 24, 2013 Congressman Jim Costa hosted Congressman Antonio “Tony” Cardenas of the 29th Congressional District, and many organizations active on immigration reform. Among these organizations were, Communities for a New California, Centro Binacional Para El Desarrollo Indigena Oaxaceno, County Sherrif, agricultural groups, CSU Fresno, Fresno Unified School District, Planned Parenthood and CCEJN among others. […]
Month: May 2013
Great turnout thanks to Ana and Maricela of Greenaction plus Chris Romanini of HECA Neighbors and local Sierra Club folks. Around 100 people were in the audience. This short video gives you a picture of what went on plus highlights the environmental justice problem with this proposed project.
May 23, 2013 Last week climatedesk.org mapped out the renewable energy consumption bystates using data from the federal Energy Information Administration in the year of2011. I think it is important for us to know a little more about what sourcesof renewable energy are trending as we oppose dangerous practices like frackingand the proposed HECA power […]
March 25, 2013– Members of CCEJN joined the lobbying effort of Californians for Pesticide Reform to pressure legislators to seek a fumigant-free California by the year 2020. Fumigants are a type of pesticide that is commonly used in California on soils bearing strawberries, raspberries, tomatoes, carrots, and other crops. The way to treat these soils […]
On April 22nd, CCEJN Coordinator Cesar Campos, attended the San Francisco Earth Day demonstration at the EPA office along with members of other organizations affiliated with CCEJN: At the beginning of the day, a meeting was held between environmental justice organizations and U.S. EPA and Cal EPA officials. Members from over 15 different environmental justice organizations were […]
Hello everyone, My name is Cesar Campos and I was recently hired to work as the CCEJN Coordinator. Before CCEJN I worked for 2-1-1 Fresno County building an Emergency Operations Plan that prepares 2-1-1 Fresno to become a hub of information during a county-wide emergency. In doing so, I increased the capacity of the […]