Arkema


Post-Harvey, the Arkema Disaster Reveals Chemical Safety Risks Were Preventable

, researcher, Center for Science & Democracy

Halloween is right around the corner, but the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has been a perpetual nightmare to public safety since Administrator Scott Pruitt arrived, sending long-awaited chemical safety amendments to an early grave this year. The Risk Management Plan (RMP) is a vital EPA chemical safety rule that “requires certain facilities to develop plans that identify potential effects of a chemical accident, and take certain actions to prevent harm to the public or the environment”—but delays to the effective date of the long-awaited updates are putting communities, workers, and first responders directly in the way of harm, as we have witnessed from recent events following Hurricane Harvey. Read more >

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President Trump is About to Give a Speech That Directly Undermines Science

, Washington representative, Center for Science and Democracy

This administration is focused on using any means available to invalidate public health protections that took years to develop. Read more >

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