Our EJ Scorecard is the only report on how California's elected officials are addressing environmental issues that impact low-income communities and communities of color. The Agency Assessment includes EJ Principles for Policy Implementation, with an analysis of how state regulatory agencies can improve their commitment to and inclusion of environmental justice within policy implementation.
In our new report we draw from our members, partners, and allies to provide a snapshot of what the TCC program could look like in both urban and rural environmental justice neighborhoods across California. Read more about the wide range of community-led plans for place-based transformation possible through comprehensive, cross-cutting climate investments that address environmental pollution and disinvestment in the most highly impacted communities.
Improving local land use planning can help reduce disproportionate environmental and health impacts in our state’s toxic hotspots, moving us closer to Healthy Hoods. Thanks to SB 1000, for the first time ever, environmental justice will now be incorporated into land use planning. Read about what this means for Oakland!