Friday, December 9, 2022

CalChamber Committee Weighs Environmental Justice Concerns

The CalChamber Environmental Policy Committee, co-chaired by Cindy Starrett (left) of Latham & Watkins, hears from Veronica Eady (right), assistant executive officer for environmental justice at the California Air Resources Board, on May 31. Committee members and Eady, appointed to the newly created position on January 26, were able to have a dialogue on policies the air board is looking at and how environmental justice concerns will be integrated into those policies.
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