First, THANK YOU to CalFire for helping our community! I was in awe watching the brief everyday and seeing how well everyone worked together to protect each other on the frontlines. Things could have been a lot worse, but your talent coupled with very long hours and braving extreme heat minimized losses.
I think it’s time for all of us to acknowledge that we have a climate crisis on our hands. We need to make bolder moves towards our zero emissions future. We need to ban fracking. We need to start repowering the biggest polluters. We need to invest in smart streets. We need to invest more in solar and wind. And more!
Yes, these are needs for our community, state, nation, and world. We no longer have the luxury to ignore Mother Nature’s warnings. If left unchecked we will face more extreme weather conditions and more inhabitable lands.
What do you think we should do to combat climate change?
Thank you to Heavens Windows and Minority Humanitarian Foundation for helping us supply food to over 20 families today. Thank you to Nadia for your leadership and help today!
Many people impacted by the Valley Fires were without electricity for an extended period of time which spoiled all their refrigerated foods.
When we visited the Valley Fire Resource Center we discovered the one thing many families were requesting that wasn’t provided was food. The Red Cross has been sharing my information with the families facing food insecurities and we have been delivering the past 3 days. If you know of anyone needing food or any assistance have them reach out. We are a strong and loving community, we are here for you.
Side note, as I have been traveling the district I have seen the lack of equity when it comes to basic infrastructure. When elected I will be focused on addressing our communities needs when it comes to food, internet, and housing.
Let me know what you think we should do to combat climate change by commenting below.