Many low-income communities and communities of color are unable to advocate for clean drinking water or oppose rate hikes for drinkable water. Failing infrastructure, industrial pollution, and increasing water scarcity in California disproportionately affect vulnerable, marginalized communities. This Panel focused on community organization and novel legal approaches (such as Title VI Civil Rights complaints) that could be used to advocate for clean drinking water.
Hastings Law Journal,
Environmental Justice: Access to Clean Drinking Water,
57 Hastings L.J. 1367
Available at: https://repository.uchastings.edu/hastings_law_journal/vol57/iss6/12