Polling shows that large majorities of Latinos feel that outdoor activities involving water are a way of life, that protecting water is vital to...

Polling shows that large majorities of Latinos feel that outdoor activities involving water are a way of life, that protecting water is vital to...Polling shows that large majorities of Latinos feel that outdoor activities involving water are a way of life, that protecting water is vital to their culture and the economy, and that the government should combat water pollution. Historically large environmental organizations haven’t represented the Latino community and that has led to the rise of groups like GreenLatinos that give them a voice, as discussed in this episode with Mariana Del Valle Prieto Cervantes, Water Equity and Ocean Program Manager for GreenLatinos. Mariana talks about the challenges and work to address issues including environmental justice, water affordability, and access to coasts and oceans.