Electrify Equitably: Philanthropic Partnership Centers Frontline Communities in Decarbonization October 17, 2022

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Inside Philanthropy

Early electrification efforts focused on the scientific and technical challenges of decarbonization, but “it was a conversation about buildings, devoid of people,” said Martha Arguello, executive director of Physicians for Social Responsibility-Los Angeles. “Some thought it was almost a bother to bring up issues of social and environmental justice because, you know, it’s a climate emergency. But we also have an injustice emergency.”

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