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Environmental Health Coalition's Border Environmental Justice Campaign reduces toxic pollution caused by {tip maquiladora::assembly plant}maquiladora{/tip} industries in Tijuana and promotes fair trade and globalization for justice.

Our involvement in the border region began in 1983 with the co-sponsorship of an International Environmental Conference in Tijuana. Cross-border relationships continued to grow around a variety of social and environmental justice issues. We formed our Border Environmental Justice Campaign in 1993 with efforts to halt the passage of the North American Free Trade Agreement, in recognition of the devastation caused by unjust trade along the border. Our Tijuana Community Action Team, the Colectivo Chilpancingo Pro Justicia Ambiental, inaugurated EHC's office in Colonia Chilpancingo in 2002 to support local residents committed to the struggle for environmental justice in Mexico and along the border.

Learn about EHC's historic successful effort to clean up the Metales y Derivados site in Tijuana; to improve air pollution due to diesel trucks; and to save the Arroyo Alamar.

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