An advocate for the James River, Pastor Josue Villareal calls on his community to help clean this body of water so that it may thrive over time, and future generations can enjoy it.
For more than 50 years, the Rio Grande has sustained Pastor David Delgado and Pastor Armando Vera in many ways, making them reflect on their younger self, and their involvement with the community and the earth.
As the founder of Conservation Opportunity and advocate of wildlife and the outdoors, Fabiola Torres-Toledo understands the impact of El Yunque National Forest, and the importance of having clean water sources.
Pastor Moses Borjas has been working with Latino communities for many years, connecting him with people whose health is negatively impacted by the air quality in El Paso, Texas. Listening to these stories inspire him to be an agent of change and help improve the quality of life of many residents.
In San Antonio, Texas, Chantelle Ruidant-Hansen notices the effects of oil and gas wells, and other companies emitting pollutants daily. Through her work with the National Park Service, she understands the importance of a clean environment and what that means to our health and well being.
Emma Galofré-Garcia is a member of our Latino Climate Council, working on environmental issues affecting Latino populations across the country. In our video series, “El Aire Que Respiramos” Emma talks about Suncor Refinery Business Center and how methane and air pollution are affecting surrounding Latino communities and greater Colorado.