Los Angeles: Hollywood, palm trees and urban oil fields November 28, 2019
“These oil sites shouldn’t be in our communities,” said Martha Dina Arguello, director of the Los Angeles chapter of the non-profit Physicians for Social Responsibility and co-chair of STAND-L.A. “They are a source of air pollution … and they’re part of the climate crisis.”
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