Interview: Erin Brokovich Brings Her Experience Holding PG&E Accountable to Sonoma County


Erin Brokovich is a legal clerk, consumer advocate, and environmental activist is joined by attorneys Noreen Evans, and Doug Boxer, starts by talking about how her fight began against PG&E due to contaminated water created by their former facility in Hinkley, California, the cover-up that ensued while she was investigating them, how the movie produced about her life was in production at the same time, the state of the town presently, and how the calling to help others has never ceased:



Erin Brokovich continues by discussing how Noreen Evans and other community members reached out to her because of our county’s dealings with PG&E in relation to the wildfire damage, how community members who’ve been affected need to come together to represent themselves with their true voices, her response to PG&E’s press release regarding the CalFire Report, the pattern that PG&E has shown regarding California disasters over the past two decades, her knowledge of our situation because she has family in Mendocino and Lake counties, and how she is wants to help fire survivors going forward: