Activists Call for Rejection of Controversial Climate Tech in California August 30, 2022

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“It’s unfortunate that here we are once again, communities who are bearing the brunt of the fossil fuel industry are asked to bear the brunt of climate policy,” said Martha Dina Argüello at a press conference hosted by opponents on Tuesday. Argüello is the executive director for the L.A. chapter of non-profit Physicians for Social Responsibility and co-chair of the Environmental Justice Advisory Committee, appointed by the California Air Resources Board.

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