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Chevron's Plans

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Richmond city officials are expected to approve a controversial upgrade to the Chevron refinery plant. Quest reports on the decision and explores the debate around Chevron's billion dollar proposal.
You may listen to the "Chevron's Plans" Radio report online, as well as find additional links and resources.

Amy Standen is a Reporter for QUEST and Radio News at KQED-FM.

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Category: Energy, Environment, Health, Radio, Sustainable Health

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As a radio reporter for KQED Science, Amy's grappled with archaic maps, brain fitness exercises, albino redwood trees, and jet-lagged lab rats, as well as modeled a wide variety of hard hats and construction vests. Long before all that, she learned to cut actual tape interning for a Latin American news show at WBAI in New York, then took her first radio job as a producer for Pulse of the Planet. Since then, Amy has been an editor at Salon.com, the editor of Terrain Magazine, and has produced stories for NPR, Living on Earth, Philosophy Talk, and Pop Up Magazine. She's also a founding editor of Meatpaper Magazine.
  • zeva longley

    I think this is a no brainer. More pollution equals sicker people and planet. Period.

    At community meetings I have seen Chevron reps repeat over and over agian this is "FOR the people." I have read their DEIR ( draft environmental impact report) and after they changed a few things, I read the EIR. The bottom line for this nieghbor and lover of life is that if this passes they will polluting their neighbors and the earth even more.

    So why dont they put solar panels on their thousands of acres?? Duh.. they wouldnt make millions doing that. ZL, Richmond, CA