Press Coverage

 

Check out recent coverage highlights, as well as EDGI member op-eds. Full coverage of EDGI is documented below.

 

Recent Coverage Highlights

Member Op-Eds

EPA staff say the Trump administration is changing their mission from protecting human health and the environment to protecting industry

EPA staff say the Trump administration is changing their mission from protecting human health and the environment to protecting industry

by Chris Sellers, Lindsey Dillon and Phil Brown, EDGI Members, Op-Ed reblogged from The Conversation. The Environmental Protection Agency made news recently ...
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Would firing Scott Pruitt save the EPA?

Would firing Scott Pruitt save the EPA?

by Jennifer Liss Ohayon, Leif Fredrickson and Christopher Sellers, EDGI Members, Op-Ed reblogged from Washington Post. Scott Pruitt, head of the ...
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Cancer warnings for coffee may be overkill, but Proposition 65 is not

Cancer warnings for coffee may be overkill, but Proposition 65 is not

by Jennifer Liss Ohayon, EDGI Member, and Claudia Polsky, Op-Ed reblogged from Los Angeles Times. A posted Proposition 65 warning ...
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Censoring Climate Change

Censoring Climate Change

by Toly Rinberg and Andrew Bergman, EDGI Members, Op-Ed from the New York Times. Scott Pruitt during an interview in his ...
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The federal agency that few Americans have heard of and which we all need to know

The federal agency that few Americans have heard of and which we all need to know

by Leif Fredrickson, EDGI Member, Op-Ed reblogged from Washington Post. The Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs is key to ...
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California Oil Spill

The Environmental Protection Agency is not the nation’s janitor

by Leif Fredrickson, EDGI Member, Op-Ed reblogged from The Guardian. ‘The EPA began in 1970 as an agency charged with ...
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Scott Pruitt is wrong about the origins of the EPA

Scott Pruitt is wrong about the origins of the EPA

by Leif Fredrickson, EDGI Member, Op-Ed reblogged from Washington Post. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt doesn’t understand his own agency’s history ...
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Cleaning up toxic sites shouldn’t clear out the neighbors

Cleaning up toxic sites shouldn’t clear out the neighbors

by Lindsey Dillon, EDGI Member, Op-Ed reblogged from The Conversation. Abandoned industrial buildings at San Francisco’s Pier 70, with a smokestack in ...
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Trump and Pruitt are the biggest threat to the EPA in its 47 years of existence

Trump and Pruitt are the biggest threat to the EPA in its 47 years of existence

by Christopher Sellers, EDGI Member, Op-Ed reblogged from Vox Media. Pruitt has been packing the EPA with climate skeptics and ...
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How Republicans came to embrace anti-environmentalism

How Republicans came to embrace anti-environmentalism

by Christopher Sellers, EDGI Member, Op-Ed reblogged from Vox Media. That screeching sound you hear this Earth Day is the ...
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It’s vital for science that we cache US federal agency facts

It’s vital for science that we cache US federal agency facts

by Rebecca Lave, EDGI Member, Op-Ed reblogged from Times Higher Education. Sometimes it is deeply distressing to be correct. Until ...
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Environmental Data, Guerrilla Archiving, and the Trump Transition

Environmental Data, Guerrilla Archiving, and the Trump Transition

by Jerome Whitington, EDGI Member, Op-Ed Re-blogged from Cultural Anthropology Dispatches January 17, 2017. Many of Donald Trump’s disinformation tactics go in ...
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Full Coverage

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