June 19, 2021
“Toxic Battle Revived in San Francisco over Hunters Point Shipyard Superfund Site” Read San Francisco Chronicle front-page story
“What Islais Creek tells us about rising sea levels in San Francisco” Read San Francisco Examiner story
May 14, 2021
“Greenaction and Environmental Justice allies call for reform at California Department of Toxic Substances Control” Read the Holtville Tribune article here.
May 13, 2021
“Beyond roads and bridges: Experts push to consider nature as essential ‘infrastructure’ | 48 hills” Read the 48 Hills article by Tom Molanphy here.
April 28, 2021
Earth Day 2021 in San Francisco – coverage of People’s Earth Day protest at City Hall
Read the San Francisco BayView National Black newspaper story here.
September 3, 2020
“Three SF supervisors, environmental groups seek ouster of health official after Chronicle investigation” Read the San Francisco Chronicle article here.
September 2, 2020:
“The air is bad all over the city. It’s way worse in Bayview Hunters Point”.
Read the 48 Hills article here.
August 24, 2020:
“Air Pollution Worsens COVID-19, but Bay Area Emissions Limits Are Unchanged “
Read SF Public press article here
August 27, 2020:
“Bay Area air regulatory agency’s oversight, enforcement challenged in new report.”
Read San Francisco Business Times story here
August 28, 2020:
“Extremely unlikely that they will find anything. A helicopter scan for radioactivity at SF’s former bases had limited value. The city relied on it anyway”.
Read the San Francisco Chronicle article here.
August 19, 2020
June 25, 2020
Kettleman City COVID-19 Relief Project video. Click here to watch.
June 23, 2020
“Clean Harbors” to close their toxic waste landfill in farmworker community of Westmorland, California.
May 12, 2020
“Toxic Metals Found in Shipyard Neighbors but Source Still Unknown”
March 9, 2020
“Bayview Hunters Point tests its air”
Finding sites for the Marie Harrison Air Monitoring Network puts the needs of the Bayview back in the hands of the community
December 19, 2019
“Where the air is never spared”
Bayview Hunters Point activists install air monitors to honor the memory of activist Marie Harrison
December, 12 2019
Bayview Hunters Point Biomonitoring Project Awarded Packard Foundation Grant
September 19, 2019
SF’s Treasure Island, Poised for Building Boom, Escaped Listing as Superfund Site
September 5, 2019
Air District Reverses Prior Support for India Basin Development Project due to ‘Unacceptable’ Air Pollution
August 9, 2019
California’s largest recycling plant closes all stations statewide
Read the Fox KTVU News Story
July 11, 2019
Equity Groups Urge CalEPA To Extend Civil Rights Pact To Meet Deadlines
Read the InsideCalEPA News Story
May 10, 2019
City mourns loss of passionate Bayview community advocate Marie Harrison
Read the San Francisco Examiner news story
Marie Harrison, Hunters Point environmental activist, dies
Read the San Francisco Chronicle news story
May 7, 2019
Crusader for Environmental Justice in Bayview Dies
Marie Harrison, 71, advocated for a proper cleanup of the Hunters Point Shipyard for years before city officials were compelled to notice.
Read the SFWeekly news story
May 6, 2019
Marie Harrison, Tireless Fighter for Environmental Justice,
Dies at 71
Read Mission Local news story
April 27, 2019
Greenaction challenges state’s claim of no safety hazards on site next to Hunters Point Shipyard Superfund Site
Read San Francisco Examiner news story
Greenaction Issues Health & Pollution Warning for India Basin Park, San Francisco
Read San Francisco Examiner media coverage
March 17, 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.
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
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.