Join CESP, Richmond Shoreline Alliance, and over 20 organizations at the Environmental Justice Protest Against DTSC & California EPA
Join CESP, Richmond Shoreline Alliance, and over 20 organizations at the Environmental Justice Protest to hold CalEPA and DTSC accountable to their promises to protect us from toxic contamination, regardless of our skin color or socioeconomic status. Monday, August 30 at 12:00 pm 1001 I St, Sacramento, CA 95814 Click link to learn more and register: www.ej-ca.com Connect on social media: CalEnvironmentalJustice (@CAEJprotest) / Twitter Ca-EJ Protest 2021 | Facebook CA-EJ Protest 2021 (@calenviornmentaljustice) • Instagram photos and videos ...
State Sued Over Inadequate Cleanup Plans for Richmond Toxic Waste Site Groups claim analysis ignored data on sea-level rise, pollutants
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: August 4, 2021 PRESS CONTACTS Attorney for Richmond Shoreline Alliance, et al.: Stuart Flashman: email@example.com 510-652-5373 Attorney for Citizens for East Shore Parks and Mothers Against Toxic Housing: Robert Cheasty: firstname.lastname@example.org 510-701-4321 Attorney for Sierra Club and SPRAWLDEF: Norman La Force: email@example.com 510-295-7...
Point Molate is the feature article in Golden Gate Audubon Society’s The Gull newsletter Summer 2021
Click here to read the latest issue of Golden Gate Audubon Society's The Gull newsletter featuring Point Molate.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: January 5, 2021 Lawsuit Filed to Stop Richmond Housing Development on Toxic Waste Site Owned by AstraZeneca Richmond, CA — A coalition of Bay Area environmental and community organizations filed a lawsuit in Contra Costa Superior Court to stop up to 4,000 units of housing planned for the AstraZeneca toxic waste site. The lawsuit, filed against the City of Richmond on December 30, 2020, asserts that approval of the project violates the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) by not taking into account current science on sea-level rise ...
Click here to read the letter from Shirley Dean, President of CESP Board, on City of Richmond's attempts to fast track approval of large mixed-use development (Campus Bay) on former Zeneca toxic site.
Press Release: Richmond Slammed in Lawsuit for Trying to Turn Native Sacred Places, Public Beach, Rare Habitat and Public Lands into a Luxury Housing Enclave at Point Molate
Tuesday, October 13, 2020 Richmond Slammed in Lawsuit for Trying to Turn Native Sacred Places, Public Beach, Rare Habitat and Public Lands into a Luxury Housing Enclave at Point Molate Project Approval Violated CEQA, California Planning and Zoning Law Richmond, CA – On Friday, the Sierra Club and other environmental groups filed a lawsuit challenging the decision last month by the City of Richmond to approve a proposed 2,000-unit luxury housing project at Point Molate, a biologically, culturally, and historically rich part of the San Francisco Bay ...
LINK: Richmond City Council Approves Point Molate Mixed-Use Development, KPIX, September 9, 2020 CESP's Norman La Force interviewed after Richmond City Council votes to sell Point Molate.
Click here to read the article Racial And Climate Justice for Point Molate | East Bay Express, August 4, 2020 article by By Courtney Cummings and David Helvarg of Point Molate Alliance
East Bay Regional Park District connected a stretch of San Francisco Bay Trail between Gilman Street and Albany Beach, formerly a key gap between the Berkeley and Albany portions of McLaughlin Eastshore State Park. SF Chronicle Article Link: New bayside trail in East Bay offers easy access — and refuge in troubled times, June 8, 2020 Photos captured by Patricia Jones.
Should Richmond really build a waterfront community along the historic cul-de-sac directly adjacent to Chevron’s refinery? Link to East Bay Express article: https://www.eastbayexpress.com/oakland/the-clock-is-ticking-at-point-molate/Content?oid=27944686