Stronger Regulations Might Be Just the Ticket
Recent freight train accidents illuminate the risks of rail transport of HAZMAT and the need for improved safety guidelines and practices, which AGs have long been advocating for.
Where Are We Now? A Year of Agency & Attorney General Action
This report looks at AG policy wins from the past year; reviews federal rulemaking progress during the Biden administration so far; and examines the importance of and obstacles to public input, as well as the role AGs can play in facing those challenges.
Food for Thought: A Case for Urban Agriculture
For cities, agriculture, and specifically urban agriculture, can play a surprisingly important role in combating the ill effects of climate change, while adding many benefits to a community.
Insights by Carlos E. Minaya Arnao (Communications Manager)
Carlos E. Minaya Arnao (he, him) is a public health specialist and environmental conservationist. He joins the Center from the bay area in California, where he worked for Mission Neighborhood Health Center leading their community outreach and patient enrollment department.