Month: December 2013

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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 […]

Join Our Social Media Campaign!!!

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 […]

DOGGR EIR Scope Hearing in Bakersfield

–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 […]

Director of Department of Pesticide Regulation Visits Tulare County

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 […]

Shifting Gears: Viable Cycling for the Underserved of Fresno

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, […]