On November 12, Neighbors for Clean Air and Breathe Oregon will host a FREE Community Forum that will center conversation around the enduring fight to reduce diesel emissions in Oregon. Attendees will hear from Adriano Martinez, a Los Angeles-based Earthjustice attorney with over 15 years of experience specializing in air quality and healthy communities issues, Amelia Schlusser, attorney at the Green Energy Institute and Dr. Linda George, Portland State University’s leading air quality environmental research specialist, on ways Oregonians can tackle our biggest environmental challenges head on, while addressing the intersections of Environmental Justice, Air Quality and Climate. All are welcome. 

About Adriano Martinez: With over 15 years of experience, Adriano has specialized in air quality and healthy communities issues. His extensive litigation experience includes environmental claims in state and federal court. Since 2013, he has been an adjunct lecturer in law at UCLA School of Law, where he has co-taught a course on environmental justice. Adriano has presented on transportation electrification and other topics in environmental law at several conferences, including the Los Angeles Regional Collaborative for Climate Action and Sustainability’s Forum on Electrifying Transportation in California. He has unique expertise on reducing emissions from California’s freight sector and serves on the Port of Los Angeles and Long Beach’s Sustainable Supply Chain Advisory Committee.

Schedules

  • Occurred Tuesday, November 12th, 2019 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Venue

Swift Agency

1250 Northwest 17th Avenue
Portland, OR 97209

Contact

Bridget Nolan

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