Salon's Alli Joseph sits down with Christine Ernst of Earthjustice to discuss Trump's environmental policy.
Every single one of us has an opportunity to take climate action, and it comes up about three times a day. (No, I’m not talking about social media, although that might be true!) I’m talking about the food we choose to eat. Our diet can have a profound impact on climate — for better or for worse.
Tania Galloni, Managing Attorney, Florida office: “Everybody is hoping for the best, but if we take Donald Trump at his word, what he’s been saying is incredibly troubling ... We need to be moving away from harmful fuels. We need to be making decisions based on fact, based on science, on reliable sources. We cannot be making decisions on conspiracy theories.”
Ten years ago, the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach adopted their first version of the Clean Air Action Plan. This plan marked the first time in history that large port authorities put forward a comprehensive plan to address the toxic diesel emissions that spew into fenceline neighborhoods. The plan was especially notable because these ports are big players in our nation’s freight system and can set major trends.