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Coastal Commission rejects PG&E seismic testing plan
Dan Bacher
"The Coastal Band of the Chumash Nation, a sovereign nation, calls on all peoples to protect our marine relatives and all of our sacred sites on land or in the water, registered or not," Crystal Baker, Board Member of the Coastal Band of the Chumash Nation, told the Commission. "PG&E's own Environmental Impact Report acknowledges that the proposed testing will have 'significant and unavoidable impacts' to marine life on our Indigenous Sacred Sites and the Public Safety." Photo: Greenpeace and Sea Shepherd activists showed in force to oppose seismic testing at the Coastal Commission meeting in Santa Monica on November 14. All photos by Dan Bacher.

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