COVID-19 has changed how the world functions, and it seems like it is not going anywhere as we are close to entering the new year. As people try to normalize their life as much as they can, there is still one vulnerable population that this pandemic is hitting hard: agricultural workers. Many of these workers […]
Nayamin Martinez, CCEJN’s Director, gives us a look at YES! Youth Environmentally Savvy. Through this program, CCEJN hopes to outreach to youth across the central valley and provide a space for them to learn from each other to grow as environmental justice advocates and leaders within their communities. Make sure to take a look at […]
Last year, the Central California Environmental Justice Network (CCEJN) launched a new program: “YES: Youth Environmentally Active”. We have worked in partnership with various sister organizations to implement a brand new EJ & Climate Change curriculum. We are thankful to our partners in this journey: Little Manila Rising, Valley Improvement Project, Madera Coalition for Community […]
CCEJN posted our first Youtube video! Its a Census Sketch preformed by our director Nayamin Martinez and our staff. Click for important info on the California Census.
We are celebrating 20 years of activism and advocacy in the Valley! Read about our celebration here!
Chlorpyrifos use will be banned in December 2020 Sacramento: In a historic win for public health, the California Department of Pesticide Regulation today announced a decisive end to the brain-harming pesticide chlorpyrifos in California. Dow and other manufacturers will have until November 8 to end all sales in California of chlorpyrifos, a nerve gas linked to severe and […]
A new study sheds light on the dangers of Oil and gas extraction on California ground water. Read how California water is in danger by clicking here
The IVAN platform has made its way into Tulare county. Residents welcomed regulators in the welcoming tour.
California moves a step closer to prohibit brain-damaging pesticide Chlorpyrifos. Cal-EPA announced that it will begin the cancellation process of this pesticide, but this announcement falls short to protect vulnerable communities
California is opening up public lands to fracking. This is our opportunity to stop the damage! want to be a part of our fight?