Settlement agreement reached over water and habitability at Oasis Mobile Home Park 

Twenty-two residents of the Oasis Mobile Home Park, along with a tenant association called Juntos Por Un Mejor Oasis, settled their civil suit against Park owners on February 21. The lawsuit sought remedies for exposure to arsenic at nearly 10 times the drinking water limit, sewage spills, and other unacceptable and unlawful problems.

California Air Resources Board members question incentives for polluting fuels in state climate program, support direct regulation of livestock methane in 2024

At its September 28 meeting, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) held an eight hour discussion about changes to the Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) — a major clean transportation program in desperate need of reform to protect the health of frontline communities and help California actually achieve its climate goals.  Currently, the program overwhelmingly […]

California Must Prioritize Funding for Climate Resilience and Environmental Justice

Bold and transformative commitments made in the last few years must be maintained in California’s budget and ongoing investment plan. We urge the following investments to advance the goal of an equitable California that offers equal access to opportunity for all.  Read the full details of these budget priorities in our 2023 Budget Letter and […]

The Community of Pixley and the Factory Farm Gas Cluster

Pixley has 26 dairies, housing approximately 140,000 cows. At least nine of these dairies have digesters and most are connected to a massive factory farm gas cluster. Residents complain of breathing complications, nose bleeds, and headaches, and constant smell of manure due to the surrounding industry.