The Elusive Quest for Environmental Justice at Hunters Point December 5, 2022

Earth Island Journal

The local stakeholder group that met with EPA management last year also included Dr. Robert M. Gould, president of San Francisco Bay Physicians for Social Responsibility and a professor in the program of Reproductive Health and the Environment at UCSF. In a statement at a recent hearing held by San Francisco’s board of supervisors, Gould expressed outrage at “the abdication of EPA’s public duty” in their decision to let the Navy off the hook at Hunters Point.

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