Daily Archives: February 6, 2019

Pbs Frontline Inside the Meltdown

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“The consensus for positive action is massive…”, 15 year old Oxford student – Extinction Rebellion

Nottingham Action – Extinction Rebellion

Sen. Bernie Sanders Responds to the State of the Union

Martin Wolf on climate change

CitySpace Sneak Peek Livestream: Hal Harvey, John Holdren and Bruce Gellerman

Changes to our climate and the natural world pose serious threats to our communities, our health and our planet. Yet, for decades there has been a lack of environmental reporting in local and national news. WBUR is committed to providing crucial and comprehensive coverage. Conversation with Hal Harvey, CEO of Energy Innovation Dr. John Holdren, former Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. WBUR Environmental Reporter Bruce Gellerman moderates.
Enjoy the livestream of this discussion on February 6.
YouTube link to be added soon.

Ex-Koch Official Overseeing EPA Water Regulations

Feb 06, 2019

A former Koch Industries official is overseeing research at the Environmental Protection Agency that will inform the regulation of certain toxic chemicals found in drinking water, causing some to raise concerns over a possible conflict of interest. David Dunlap was hired to the EPA in October and did not require Senate confirmation for his position. Regulations on the toxic chemicals will determine whether companies that produce them—such as Koch Industries—can be held liable for cleanup costs.