APRIL 2019

 


MARCH 2019

March 19, 2019

Greenaction Issues Health & Pollution Warning for India Basin Park, San Francisco

Read San Francisco Examiner media coverage
March 19, 2019

Greenaction & Bayview Hunters Point residents Protest Lennar’s Luxury Home “Open House” to vent to raise health and pollution concerns

Read San Francisco Examiner media coverage.
March 15, 2019

Greenaction, Whistleblowers & Residents of Treasure Island Sound the Alarm about radioactive and toxic “cleanup”

Read San Francisco Examiner media coverage.
Click here to view photos
Click here to read more about the press conference
Other related publications: Media silent as Navy digs 1,280 radiological objects from Treasure Island” Read excellent story by investigative reporter Carol Harvey
March 14, 2019

Eyes wide open at the Hunters Point Shipyard

 


FEBRUARY 2019

Greenaction for Health and Environmental Justice’s submits scoping comments on the Shasta Dam Raise Project. Read now.

 


JANUARY 2019

January 10, 2019
Read letter from Greenaction & over 600 groups across US call on Congress to take strong action on climate as one part of a Green New Deal. 
January 9, 2019
Suspected shipyard contractor gets huge state deal for Camp Fire cleanup

The state agency in charge of wildfire cleanup has awarded a contract worth as much as $250 million to the company at the center of San Francisco’s Superfund scandal — an environmental engineering firm that was caught falsifying soil tests and is being sued by the U.S. Justice Department, whistle-blowers and homeowners. Click here to read more.


NOVEMBER 2018

November 30, 2018
Environmental Justice and Civil Rights Training Documents 2018

 


SEPTEMBER 2018

September 24-25, 2018

Greenaction appeals India Basin Mixed Use Development project due to air pollution and gentrification in Bayview Hunters Point

Read Greenaction objections to the project
 Read our Appeal of project approval

September 14, 2018

BREAKING NEWS! 

Radioactive Object Found Near Homes at Hunters Point Shipyard Where Government Promised There Was No Radiation

Read San Francisco Chronicle front page media coverage
Read Greenaction Press Advisory

August 25, 2018

Laytonville, CA: R.I.P Louis Hoaglin, Chairman of the Wailaki Tribe

Our friend and warrior for justice Louis Hoaglin, Chairman of the Wailaki Tribe and long time resident of the contaminated Laytonville Rancheria, has passed after a heroic fight against cancer.

Condolences can be sent to Peggy Hoaglin and family c/o  Pastor David Sanchez  via email at   ldjlsanchez@hotmail.com

We will continue to work with the family, tribal members and allies to carry out Louis’ struggle to get Laytonville Rancheria residents relocated from the reservation contaminated by the county’s dumps that leaked into the community for decades, causing much death and illness.

For Health and Environmental Justice,

Greenaction Team