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BREATHE LA is actively working to ensure the implementation of legislation that promotes emissions control and reduction. A major focus is currently underway to aid in the implementation of the AB 32 Global Warming Act and to address initiatives that would deter this implementation. BREATHE LA is also actively involved in the Los Angeles 30/10 Plan to expedite public transportation plans already approved for Los Angeles County.
Get involved. Contact Jennifer Clark, Acting Director of Programs and Advocacy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In 2013,BREATHE LA and fellow BREATHE California organizations are leading new legislation to address single day toxic emissions violations.
In 2010, BREATHE LA and fellow BREATHE California organizations are leading legislation to adjust existing Clean Air Act pollution violations to the inflation rate with SB 1433.
In 2009, BREATHE LA helped lead legislation to ban smoking on hospital campuses (AB 574). This measure passed through the State Legislature, but received a VETO from the Governor.
BREATHE LA Advocacy is organized to address FOUR Principles:PRINCIPLE 1
- Advocate for the promotion of improved lung health
- Advocate for the implementation of California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 (known as AB32) educate local businesses and community groups about subsequent voluntary or required actions that will affect them.
- Advocate for the adoption, implementation, and enforcement of regulations and policies governing stationary and mobile sources of harmful emissions, including diesel pollution (e.g., refineries, ships, trucks, buses and off-road diesel equipment) that will achieve the maximum feasible reductions in diesel particulate matter.
- Advocate for the increased use of clean energy and technologies, particularly renewable energy, through consumer education and outreach.