California shows how to fight climate change and help underserved communities

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“Thanks to the work of the California Climate Equity Coalition, 35 percent of resources must be invested in the state’s most polluted and economically disadvantaged communities, communities that have experienced decades of disinvestment, redlining and heavy pollution.Thanks to the work of the California Climate Equity Coalition, of which my organization the Greenlining Insitute is a part, 35 percent of those resources must be invested in the state’s most polluted and economically disadvantaged communities, communities that have experienced decades of disinvestment, redlining and heavy pollution.”

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