Hazardous Conditions: Oil and Chemical Industries Should Pay to Clean Up their Messes
Supreme Court drops the ball on wetlands protection
Rescuing Science from Politics: Regulation and the Distortion of Scientific Research
Published in July 2006, Rescuing Science from Politics debuted chapters by the nation's leading academics in law, science, and philosophy who explore ways that the law can be abused by special interests to intrude on the way scientists conduct research. The book begins by establishing non-controversial principles of good scientific practice. These principles then serve as the benchmark against which each chapter author compares how science is misused in a specific regulatory setting and assist in isolating problems in the integration of science by the regulatory process.
Author(s): Wendy Wagner, Rena Steinzor
Failure to Clean Up Toxic Dumps Leaves Residents at Risk
Industry Tax Breaks Have Stalled Superfund Cleanup
The Toll of Superfund Neglect: Toxic Waste Dumps & Communities at Risk
The Toll of Superfund Neglect: Toxic Waste Dumps & Communities at Risk, by Rena Steinzor and Margaret Clune, joint report by the Center for American Progress and CPR, June 15, 2006.
Robert R.M. Verchick's testimony before the U.S. Senate Committee on the Environment and Public Works on lessons from the failure of New Orleans' levees during Katrina
Robert R.M. Verchick's November 17, 2005, testimony before the U.S. Senate Committee on the Environment and Public Works on how preliminary findings on the failure of New Orleans' levees should be incorporated into future plans for hurricane protection.
Author(s): Robert Verchick