Ecology's Air Quality Assessment Concludes Air Monitors Needed in Northport
Small communities through-out the United States are slowly, and unknowingly, being poisoned. The poisons are unavoidable. The residents are exposed to them from the air and dust they breath, the water they drink, the soil they grow gardens in, and the small particulate matter that they absorb through their skin. There is no where to... Continue Reading →
ATSDR Director reassigned in wake of Congressional Investigations
Senior Public Health Official Reassigned in Wake of Congressional Inquiries "Americans should know when their government tells them that they have nothing to worry about from environmental exposure that they really have nothing to worry about. The nation needs ATSDR to do honest, scientifically rigorous work." ... Continue Reading →
Government putting our health & safety at risk….still.
Changes to environmental assessments puts health, safety at risk, say critics February 20, 2012 Heather Scoffield THE CANADIAN PRESS OTTAWA—A group of environmental lawyers, doctors and academics says the federal government will endanger health and safety if it curtails the environmental assessment process in a “haphazard” way. They fear the federal government, in its zeal... Continue Reading →