Up To Date Coverage

February 12th, 2018: Check out a SF Chronicle opinion piece co-authored by Greenaction’s newest board member Marie Harrison on the recent Hunters Point Shipyard Superfund site scandal –Trying to build a future on toxic ground”

January 31st, 2018: Greenaction & Community Press Conference on the Hunters Point Superfund Site Fraud and Coverup – 5 PM – 451 Galvez Street, Bayview Hunters Point, San Francisco – Press Advisory

CLICK HERE to view the Greenaction and Community demands about the radioactive scandal at Hunters Point Shipyard

January 26th, 2018: BREAKING NEWS!!!

Federal government now admits almost half of toxic cleanup at the shipyard is questionable or faked! Click here to read article

If you are in the Bay Area, next Wednesday January 31st please join Greenaction and residents at the Navy “Community Meeting and Open House” to challenge government agencies and Lennar/Five Points over the fraudulent clean up. The meeting is at 451 Galvez Avenue, SF and starts at 5:30. Greenaction will be there at 5 pm to give out the truth to people attending. Join us for health and justice!

January 18th, 2018: BREAKING NEWS!!! Navy Finds More Evidence of ‘Potential Data Manipulation’ in Hunters Point Shipyard Cleanup! Click here to read the article from NBC Bay Area.

October 30, 2017: Greenaction Challenges Gentrification in Bayview Hunters Point, San Francisco – Read Greenaction’s comments to SF Planning Department on India Basin Mixed Use Development. Also, check out Greenaction’s two new factsheets:

September 30, 2017: Greenaction, Bayview Hunters Point residents, and supporters protested at the Lennar/FivePoint Shipyard Street Fair to highlight the threat posed by pollution and gentrification associated with company’s mega development at and next to the Hunter Point Naval Shipyard Superfund site. Check out the protest’s call to action HERE, the Press Release HERE, the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard Fact Sheet HERE, and Pictures from the protest HERE.

June 29th, 2017: Breaking News! Greenaction and Hunters Point Shipyard Superfund Site Whistleblowers Exposed Radioactive Scandal and Coverup!  Greenaction files Petition with Nuclear Regulatory Commission to Revoke License of Tetra Tech due to:

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March 15, 2017: Great new article in SF Weekly by Nuala Sawyer: Bayview-Hunters Point Leads the Charge Against a Rising Tide of Pollution : As concern over environmental change rises, one neighborhood seeks to close the “climate gap. Read it HERE!

March 10, 2017: Hunters Point Shipyard Superfund toxic scandal grows! Greenaction & Bayview Hunters Point allies blast Navy & US EPA for hiring contractor who faked data to review data from Tetra Tech, the company that falsified hundreds of radioactive soil samples. Read letter to Navy and EPA  and Watch and read the NBC Bay Area investigative report on this latest scandal

March 1, 2017: Read the story from the investigative reporter who brought to light the latest Hunters Point Shipyard scandal HERE!