Trump’s EPA Must Protect and Secure Clean Air For All

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By Vijay Limaye, John Walke and Emily Davis, Natural Resources Defense Council Air pollution is deadly. It’s a global menace that contributes to millions of early deaths each year from heart disease, lung ailments, and cancer. In the U.S., millions of people are breathing in polluted air day...
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Congress Must Act Now to Protect Workers From Heat Stroke and Death

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By Juley Fulcher, Public Citizen Asunción Valdivia came to America on July 24, 2004, to join his family. The family reunion was abruptly cut short five days later, when Asunción died. After a 10-hour workday picking grapes in the 105 degree sun, he collapsed in a field from heatstroke....
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The Scientific Basis for Managing PFAS as a Chemical Class

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By Anna Reade, Natural Resources Defense Council Today, 16 experts on PFAS (including yours truly) published an article in Environmental Science & Technology Letters, providing a scientific explanation for why a class-based approach to the nearly 8,000 separate but related PFAS chemicals is...
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