How Can Legal and Regulatory Enforcement Help Communities at Risk from the Climate Crisis?

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By Matt Schudtz, Center for Progressive Reform From the farm fields of California to the low-lying neighborhoods along the shores of the Chesapeake Bay, structural racism and legally sanctioned inequities are combining with the effects of the climate crisis to put people in danger. The danger...
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The EPA’s Rule to Restrict Science Could Compromise Your Confidential Research Data

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By Anita Desikan, Union of Concerned Scientists It is a nice story that the tobacco industry came up with in the 1990’s – in order to be transparent, scientific studies informing policies affecting the tobacco industry should be “sound.” And tobacco companies could better determine th...
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