EPA Whistleblowers Say Managers Bullied Them to Approve Dangerous Chemicals
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EPA Whistleblowers Say Managers Bullied Them to Approve Dangerous Chemicals

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Leaked audio reveals how chemicals hazardous to human health and the environment are fast-tracked and approved at the Environmental Protection Agency. This week on Intercepted, investigative journalist Sharon Lerner reports on how the chemical industry pressures the EPA to approve chemicals and pesticides that are dangerous to public health. Lerner speaks with whistleblowers from the agency, scientists who say their research has been manipulated by EPA managers to downplay the dangers of chemicals, including extreme cases that fall under the category of “hair on fire.” Lerner also discusses how the agency has approved chemicals and pesticides — at the behest of companies — without proper research into their toxicity, or worse, even though scientists point to the chemicals’ dangers. But this is not new; it follows the long, historical trajectory of the EPA, including the “revolving door” between the agency and the chemical industry.

Transcript coming soon.

The post EPA Whistleblowers Say Managers Bullied Them to Approve Dangerous Chemicals appeared first on The Intercept.

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