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June 6, 2017 | In the News: LA Times

California Regulators Weigh Whether The State Needs More Power Plants

Angela Johnson Meszaros, Staff Attorney, California Regional Office, Los Angeles: “As our city struggles with the worst smog we’ve seen in years, we appreciate that LADWP is taking some much-needed time to reassess its plans to build fossil fuel power plants. We look forward to the day that LADWP announces that we are going to power our city with 100% clean energy.”

March 29, 2017 | Article

Move Aside Trump, California’s Future Is Electric

While President Trump tries to roll back America’s efforts to fight climate change, California charts its own path by investing $1 billion to electrify the state’s ports, warehouses, buses and cars.

March 7, 2017 | Article

LA Power is Stuck in the Past

Despite clear direction by the Los Angeles City Council to move the city towards 100% renewable energy, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power plans to dump money into new and costly fossil fueled power plants.

January 9, 2017 | Article

World Logistics Center: Bad for Air, Won’t Bring High-Quality Jobs

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.

December 6, 2016 | Press Release

Earthjustice Adds Policy Advocate In California

Erica Martinez, former policy consultant for California Assembly leadership, will focus on clean air and clean energy issues, as well as other environmental issues affecting the state

November 16, 2016 | Article

Port of Oakland Expansion Project Must Address Pollution

Guest contributor Margaret Gordon with the West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project says that vital environmental mitigation measures from the Port of Oakland could help reduce health problems for children in the region.

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