Welcome to Chester Residents Concerned for Quality Living (CRCQL or “circle”). We are a grassroots community-led organization leading the environmental justice movement for clean air in Chester City and Delaware County since 1992.
Next CRCQL General Meeting is Thursday, January 19, 2023 @ 7pm on ZOOM!
CRCQL General Meetings are for Chester residents, Delaware County residents, allies & supporters of environmental justice in Chester City and across the region. We welcome newcomers!
Action Planning & Communications Team meets every other Tuesday evening at 6:30pm on Zoom. Please contact to be added to the email list for this group.
Check out our Facebook page for more information on past events, actions & updates!
Friday April 22 – Saturday April 23, 2022:
“Looking Back, Moving Forward” Law, Policy & Environmental Justice
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Looking Back, Moving Forward, a 2-day virtual conference critically examining the past, present, and potential future roles of the law and legal strategies to advance environmental justice policy and action.
Why focus on the institutions of law and policy-making? Our histories have shown us that lawsuits against polluters or grandiose policy platforms rarely, if ever, bring about environmental justice in our communities.
Is it possible to imagine the master’s tools dismantling the master’s house? (pace, Audre Lorde). In what ways can law and policy become more powerful tools for social and environmental change? Come join us in a conversation about building more effective legal and policy strategies to create more equitable, sustainable, and thriving futures.
Saturday, April 23, 2022 @ 12:30pm:
2nd Annual Environmental Justice Day March!
Check Out Our Webinars!
How to End Incineration in Delco
Zero Waste with Alex Danovitch
Get Involved & Sign Our Petitions!
Chester Residents Concerned for Quality Living (CRCQL, pronounced “circle”) has been leading the fight against environmental racism in Chester, PA since 1992. Learn more about CRCQL’s history here.
CRCQL is a community-led activist group led by Chester residents and others concerned with air pollution and the health of our community, in Chester City and across the region.
CRCQL demands an end to toxic trash incineration at the Covanta facility in Chester, increased emission standards for other polluters along the Delaware River, and opportunities of clean, green jobs for residents. Together we advocate for clean air and justice in our city and across Delaware County.
CHESTER IS NOT A SACRIFICE ZONE!
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