United Native Americans Executive Director, Quanah Parker Brightman-Founder of INM San Francisco, Testimony at Bay Area Air Quality Management District- Climate Protection Committee Meeting 5-21-2015‏. 

14. Public Hearing to Consider Proposed New Regulation 6, Rule 5: Particulate Emissions
from Refinery Fluidized Catalytic Cracking Units and to Consider Proposed
Amendments to Regulation 8: Organic Compounds, Rule 18: Equipment Leaks and
Regulation 11: Hazardous Pollutants, Rule 10: Hexavalent Chromium and Total
Hydrocarbon Emissions from Petroleum Refinery Cooling Towers, and adoption of a
Negative Declaration pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)  

JANUARY 20, 2016 

Refinery Emissions Reduction Strategy
Quanah Brightman, United Native Americans, addressed the Board in support of the proposed rules
and regulations, stating that more needs to be done to prevent climate change.  

Kristen Debler, United Native Americans, addressed the Board regarding poor air quality in the Bay
Area, and to request a cap on emissions to protect regional public health.  
7 million premature deaths annually linked to air pollution
Air pollution is now the world’s largest single environmental health risk. Reducing air pollution could save millions of lives.

#Please Support (Resolution 2015, Five-Point Action Plan)

Please Contact The BAY AREA AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT Today to Demand they Take immediate climate leadership now!

Establish Enforceable, numeric caps on GHG's (Toxic Greenhouse Gas) and No Tar Sands (Crude Oil) Processed by Refineries and Ban Methane Emissions from Fracking Wells Today. Enforce The Clean Air Act. 
Bay Area Air Quality Management District 


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