for fighting pollution and creating healthier communities
Fighting Monopoly Power- Waste
The federal government has turned a blind eye to the monopolization of the waste industry and the high costs it imposes on communities and the environment. But local governments possess significant authority to break up landfill and garbage monopolies, reenergize our stagnant recycling sector, and germinate local composting efforts.
*by Neil Seldman and David Morris*
The EPA Refuses to Reduce Pollutants Linked to Coronavirus Deaths
Particulate matter kills people. That was true before the pandemic, and new research has tied it to coronavirus deaths. But the EPA is ignoring scientists who say stricter particulate matter limits could prevent tens of thousands of early deaths.
Oct. 21, 2020
Unacceptable Risk: Dr. Margaret Kripke on Cancer and the Environment
Unacceptable Risk: Dr. Margaret Kripke on Cancer and the Environment, tells the story of a prominent cancer researcher who began to rethink her assumptions about the causes of cancer and the true burden of environmentally-induced cancers.
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Feb. 4th, 2021
What Portland's Smoky Summer Can Do for Air Quality Equity Across the Country
New awareness to air quality issues is sparked in local communities in the United States due to fires in the Pacific Northwest. Citizens begin to work together with environmental organizations to fight for breathable air.
Nov. 18, 2020