Phase out fuels Regarding “Brown takes lead in climate battle” (Nov. 27): Despite the hopeful title of the piece, the jury is still out on whether our governor is truly a climate leader. Gov. Jerry Brown continues to maintain a
Letter Highlights Fracking’s Water Contamination During Devastating Drought ANAHEIM, Calif.— More than 100 mayors, city council members and other local officials from dozens of communities want Gov. Jerry Brown to halt fracking to protect California’s water supply from contamination during
The science is already in on fracking: The fossil fuels that this extreme oil and gas extraction technique aims to unearth will cook the planet. And many of the chemicals used in fracking — chemicals now finding their way into
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, March 4, 2015 | CONTACT: Juan Gastelum at (520) 313-4921, firstname.lastname@example.org In La Habra Heights, Residents Remain Committed to Stopping Extreme Oil Extraction SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Amid growing concern with the state government’s inability to police
*Story updated on January 29th The California Crossroads Tour has completed its run up the state of California, mobilizing communities, and encouraging audiences to sign up to get on the bus to the March for Real Climate Leadership taking place
Despite millions of dollars spent by the oil industry, voters in San Benito County today approved a local initiative to halt fracking and other extreme oil extraction methods and voters in Mendocino County appeared to have passed a similar measure.
By: Ash Lauth The People’s Climate March didn’t just happen in New York, it happened right here in California. And it wasn’t just on September 21st, it’s every day that Californians make a proverbial march against climate chaos. And it
Following Gov. Brown’s Remarks at the UN Climate Summit, Bill McKibben and Californians Against Fracking Issue Statement on Gov. Brown and California’s Commitment to Climate Action. As a global leader in climate action, California must also ban fracking.
Fractivists rallied today at the California Museum. Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. was there to speak at a conference on climate change hosted by the University of California Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, May 19, 2014 Contact: Walker Foley, email@example.com, 818-943-1783 Lupe Anguiano, LULAC, 805-630-4344 LEAGUE OF UNITED LATIN AMERICAN CITIZENS (LULAC) CALLS ON GOVERNOR BROWN TO BAN FRACKING Leaders vote at LULAC state convention to support statewide and local