Last week on Sea Change Radio, we discussed the Chevron Refinery in Richmond, California, and the social movement that’s pushing back against one of the world’s largest corporations there. This week, we hear from Roger Kim, the Executive Director of the Asian Pacific Environmental Network, a non-profit that enables disenfranchised communities to fight for social justice. Then, host Alex Wise talks with Greg Karras, a scientist from Communities for a Better Environment, about the adaptations oil refineries are making as we hit and pass peak oil and how these changes will affect the health of the planet.
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