How California Oil Spillers Fend Off New Climate Laws April 22, 2021
After gas releases and odors in 2005 and 2006, the Plains Exploration & Production Company, which operated the field at the time, approached the county to institute a regulatory framework. The process was favorable to the industry from the start, according to Martha Argüello, an environmentalist and co-chair of the STAND-L.A. Coalition and executive director of Physicians for Social Responsibility Los Angeles.
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