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The California Air Resources Board, and The Bay Area Air Resources Board,  state agencies in charge of air quality, awarded San Leandro 2050 funding to explore how disadvantaged neighborhoods in our city—those already disproportionately affected by pollution and health problems—experience current air pollution and how they see future threats from climate change. The idea is to identify and elevate possible climate solutions for those neighborhoods as we strive to make San Leandro a climate-resilient, livable city for all.

San Leandro impacted neighborhoods chart.
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In the chart provided, we compare several environmental impacts and markers of quality of life in some of the neighborhoods, we will be working in with Montclair, CA, the city with the least environmental burden in the state, and Fresno, CA, the city with the highest. The data is drawn from the CalEnviroScreen database. The comparison illustrates the inequities that exist.

San Leandro 2050 Neighborhood listening sessions.

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We want to hear from you! Give us your opinion about air quality and climate change priorities for San Leandro. Please watch this video from our open houses held in 2020-2021  and then give us your input by filling out this form. Thank you!

¡Queremos escuchar de ti! Danos tu opinión sobre las prioridades de calidad del aire y cambio climático para San Leandro. Mire este video de una jornada de puertas abiertas celebrada este verano y luego dénos su opinión al completar este formulario. ¡Gracias!

Ultimately, we hope to use the findings to create Neighborhood Action Plans that are truly based on resident input. We will be working some of our focus group participants to refine our draft plan and to ensure it reflects the  of the needs of our community.

 

This project, funded through a grant by the California Air Reources Board, is part of California Climate Investments, a statewide initiative that puts billions of Cap-and-Trade dollars to work reducing greenhouse gas emissions, strengthening the economy, and improving public health and the environment — particularly in disadvantaged communities.

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