I see people are once again going.
Above: Protest, University of Wisconsin, 1967 Has Scalia's demise led to any real-world impacts yet? Yes. Dow Chemical Co. said it agreed to pay $835 million to settle an antitrust.
Beth Alvarado has a lovely and sad essay at Guernica about the cancers that killed her husband and much of his family who lived in a neighborhood on the south.
In These Times has an excellent essay on the corporate control over chemical regulation, including the chemical companies pioneering modeling systems that allows "testing" that provides almost no information on.
Above: The 2013 West, Texas fertilizer plant explosion There's been a lot of media discussion over the past week about Chinese workplace safety conditions because of the Tianjin explosion that.
A few weeks ago, I linked to a good in-depth discussion of how DuPont had poisoned the people of Parkersburg, West Virginia through the production of C8, the chemical making.
Ellen Spears' new environmental history of the chemical industry in Anniston, Alabama is a worthy addition to the literature on environmental justice. She tells the story of Anniston, a city.
Might as well mark Earth Day, that once meaningful day that now gives corporations an opportunity to pretend they care about the planet. Let's note it a different way. American.