July 13, 2015 Sacramento, CA — Researchers from the University of California, Davis, joined Cal-EPA, El Comite Civico del Valle, SJV LEAP, and Central California Environmental Justice Network to release a report on the IVAN statewide project. This report, titled “From Testimony to Transformation–The Identifying Violations Affecting Neighborhoods (IVAN) Program in California” studies the impact […]
City of Fresno: On Health Outcomes, City Planning, & Environmental Injustice
Decades of poor planning and environmental injustices cannot be fixed in one year. The decline of equity within our city has been increasingly noticeable and documented. Last year, the California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal-EPA), released a report that identified 93706 as the most disadvantaged zip code in our state. More specifically, CalEnviroScreen 1.0 showed that […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
Chloropicrin Hearings in Fresno
June 19, 2013 Earlier this week the Department of Pesticide Regulation held two community meetings in Fresno’s Farm Bureau as part of a series of hearing around the state in regards to the fumigant pesticide Chloropicrin. Chloropicrin is a substance used primarily to cultivate strawberries, almonds, and fruit trees. This substance has been linked to […]