"That's why Climate Change is Real Act would require information be reinstated and posted on the EPA website for public access," said Carbajal. He said it would "acknowledge the impact of human activities on climate and providing links to materials for local communities."
Carbajal says “this legislation is an important step to protecting the credibility of the EPA and their mission.”
Carbajal also co-presented the 2018 Environmental Hero Awards at the Earth Day Festival, presented by the Community Environmental Council. He was joined on stage by singer and local resident Kenny Loggins. The winners were Florencia Ramirez and Sealegacy.
The Earth Day weekend featured numerous displays and exhibits along with music, demonstrations, a children's area and vendors.
The visitors browsed through exhibitors with information about water conservation, land preservation, sustainable foods, lower energy consumption for homes and businesses, impacts from plastics, and apparel made from recycled materials.
For more information go to : http://www.cecsb.org/