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01.31.19 – 6:00PM
PG&E’s bankruptcy could have ripple effects far beyond the fate of the utility company. The company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization this week because of financial liabilities from several years of devastating wildfires linked to its equipment. Many activists are worrying about the effects the bankruptcy could have on wildfire victims, PG&E workers, and even California’s clean energy and climate change efforts.
Christopher Martinez reports.
Update February 11, 2019
We received the full recorded interview Christopher Martinez did with V. John White. We believe, though in a raw state, it has relevant and important information. We are grateful to KPFA and KPFA Newsroom for their time and energy in sending us this file and allowing it to be public. Please keep in mind this is unedited; it should be heard and held with that in mind.
Complete Phone Interview with Christopher Martinez & V. John White