Public Health

Beyond 2020: Pollution Enforcement

by Tim Whitehouse | January 13, 2021
The strength of pollution regulation in the U.S. relies on enforcement, and the agency in charge is falling down on the job ...

BLOG: Wheeler Trashes Science on His Way Out the Door at EPA

by Tim Whitehouse | January 5, 2021
The new rule is an attempt to restrict EPA’s ability to rely on science when taking regulatory actions or making science-based decisions ...

New EPA Lead and Copper Rule Inadequate

by Kirsten Stade | December 23, 2020
Final Rule Perpetuates Risk to Minority Communities ...

Beyond 2020: Pesticides

by Paula Dinerstein | December 11, 2020
Recommendations to Congress and the EPA to protect the environment and public health from the dangers of pesticides ...

Statement | In Praise of COVID Whistleblower Rebekah Jones

by Tim Whitehouse | December 8, 2020
In Praise of COVID Whistleblower Rebekah Jones  Yesterday, the home of COVID whistleblower Rebekah Jones was raided by Florida Department of Law Enforcement agents who pointed guns at her family and children and confiscated her computer and other electronic equipment, including ...

California Should Ban Pesticides with Forever Chemicals   

by Kirsten Stade | December 7, 2020
Presence of PFAS in Insecticide Magnifies Agricultural Water Pollution Risks ...