Stand with Alameda Mayor Ezzy Ashcraft, Albany Mayor Nick Pilch, and other elected officials to spread awareness of the need to:
- End state permits for new oil and gas wells,
- Implement a 2,500-foot human health and safety buffer zone around all oil and gas wells,
- Have the state commit to 100% clean renewable energy.
These public officials, all members of the California branch of Elected Officials to Protect America (EOPCA), will highlight what cities are doing to raise awareness that local action makes a difference in curbing climate change.
Launched in 2018, EOPCA is a bipartisan network of over 250 local elected officials from a majority of counties calling to phase out fossil fuel production statewide and protect communities living next to oil and gas extraction and production sites.
Wednesday, January 15, 12 Noon
Alameda City Hall
2263 Santa Clara Ave.