2016 is a critical year in the fight to move California away from dangerous fossil fuels and toward the renewable energy future we need. From the neighborhoods in Richmond alongside a toxic, explosive oil refinery to residents living only feet away from neighborhood drilling in South L.A., frontline communities all over the state are living with the insidious threats of fossil fuels. The time to act is now.
As the home of the largest urban oil field, and the largest city in California, Los Angeles is the clear target for this action. We know that change can begin in L.A. to move our state off fossil fuels and toward 100% renewable energy. Stand with us on May 14.