The group Mainstreet moms, a partner within Californians Against Fracking, created this public access video to talk about the environmental hazards of fracking the Monterey Shale.
Month: December 2013
Residents of Kern County can use the Kern Environmental Enforcement Network (KEEN) as a way of reporting environmental hazards that are harming their health and their communities. KEEN is a tool that residents can use to take a stand against pollution. Please help CCEJN by spreading the word about this tool to residents of Kern […]
Residents of Fresno County can use the Fresno Environmental Reporting Network (FERN) as a way of reporting environmental hazards that are harming their health and their communities. FERN is a tool that residents can use to take a stand against pollution. Please help CCEJN by spreading the word about this tool to residents of Fresno […]
–December 13, 2013– On Thursday, December 12, 2013 the Division of Oil, Gas, and Geothermal Resources, a division of the Department of Conservation held a scoping meeting in regards to the preparation of a well-stimulation treatment EIR mandated by Senate Bill 4 (Pavley). Several activists joined the hearing to speak out against fracking and to […]
On December 10th, 2013, Brian Leahy, Director of the California Department of Pesticide Regulation Visited Tulare County. El Quinto Sol De America, based out of Lindsay, CA hosted a series of site visits to towns like Tooley Ville and Plainview where residents were able to meet with Mr. Leahy. The residents spoke to the Director […]
According to the last census, most of Fresno’s population – eighty-five percent according to the most recent United States census – consists of minorities, women, youth, the elderly, and low-income people. But the 1% of the population that cycles regularly comes from the remaining fifteen percent of Fresnans! That one percent is largely male, white, […]