Bay Area cities have banned gas to fight climate change. But not Los Angeles. February 4, 2021
Boiling Point (Los Angeles Times)
Environmental justice activists see the equity-focused office as an opportunity for them to help shape policy.
“If we electrify everything, how are we going to ensure for low-income communities that they aren’t paying more in energy costs?” asked Martha Dina Argüello, executive director of Physicians for Social Responsibility-Los Angeles.
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