Action for a Livable Tomorrow works for environmental justice in northwest Louisiana by reducing toxic pollution, protecting children’s health, and creating better solutions to environmental challenges. Its campaign to protect air and groundwater pollution related to the cleanup of a Superfund site has led to working with national partners to end the open burning and detonation of hazardous waste by the Department of Defense and others. The project is also working to prevent childhood lead exposure in northwest Louisiana.
Location: Northwest Louisiana
Director(s): Frances Kelley
Address: c/o Earth Island Institute, 2150 Allston Way, Suite 460, Berkeley, CA 94704
Project photo on Our Project Network page: U.S. Air Force photo/ Samuel King Jr.