California’s most important environmental law is under fire, just as fracking begins to expand dramatically in our state. A behind-closed-doors deal is in the works right now to gut the California Environmental Quality Act.
We need your help to save it.
Since CEQA was enacted in 1970, it has saved Mono Lake from being drained dry, stopped a hazardous waste incinerator from landing in East L.A. and made California a national leader in climate change policy. It still has vital work to do.
CEQA can help Californians defend themselves against fracking fallout by, for example, compelling disclosure of dangerous chemicals being used to frack for oil and gas in our communities.
Take action now to keep California’s best environmental law strong when we need it most by selecting the link below: