Adrian Martinez, Attorney, California Regional Office: “This isn’t just something that’s happening in California — these warehouses are proliferating across the country. This could be a way for other states to also crack down on warehouse emissions.”
Adrian Martinez, Attorney, California Regional Office, Earthjustice: “We have an immensely profitable industry that’s become even more profitable during the pandemic, and now environmental and community groups and regulators are saying it’s time to clean up your pollution and stop making us suffer from it.”
In a region that already suffers some of the worst air quality in the nation, we can expect to feel the weight of diesel soot in our lungs from the additional 14,000 truck trips that will rumble through the community every day to the World Logistics Center.
Environmental justice and conservation groups have sued the Southern California city of Moreno Valley over its approval of the World Logistics Center, a sprawling 40-million-square-foot warehouse project that would add 14,000 truck trips to town every day, worsen already poor air quality and harm birds and other wildlife in the nearby San Jacinto Wildlife Area.…
Environmental justice and conservation groups are suing the Southern California city of Moreno Valley over its approval of the World Logistics Center, a sprawling 40-million-square-foot warehouse project.