The United Nations has released a sweeping report that outlines gross inequities across the globe, whereby more than two billion people do not have clean drinking water, and more than four billion lack reliable sanitation infrastructure.
Although California lawmakers in 2017 passed several bills to ease housing construction across the state, affordable rental units remain out of reach for many low-income residents. In a new report by the California Housing Partnership, about two-thirds of the more than two million very low-income renters in the state spend more than half their income on rent.
"As housing grows to be ever more urgent an issue—and we grow ever more politically ready to take it on—California’s unique model for running a statewide campaign that relied on regional coordination and the voices of the people most impacted..." https://t.co/28Vazngejq
The TestIT app update is now available. With this update, locations where tests are run can now be documented as having no service. This gives even more data to ensure adequate funding for broadband infrastructure is provided across the country. https://t.co/AdcihrAqud
Don't forget about our workshop Friday to help folks experiencing homelessness gain access to clean water for consumption and sanitation. We want to help. The session goes from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the CalEPA Building (1001 I Street). For more details: https://t.co/rVWCJX4cD1