Cal EPA will host a discussion of the public health and equity impacts of oil and gas production in California, including the effects of oil and gas drilling and fracking on frontline communities, the Aliso Canyon leak, urban drilling in Los Angeles, and the response of state agencies to these issues. The event will be co-led by the California Department of Public Health and the California Air Resources Board.
The event will be available by webcast and phone. See the agenda here.
Tues May 23, 1 – 4 PM
CalEPA, Sierra Hearing Room, 2nd Floor
1001 I Street, Sacramento
or by webcast
phone: Number: 888-204-5984 Access Code: 6205934
The California Department of Public Health — California Building Resilience Against Climate Effects (CalBRACE) Project recently released a Climate Change and Health Profile report and suite of indicators for developing climate vulnerability assessments for each county in California. View the CalBRACE Reports and indicators here