19 Sep '17, 8pm

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Trump’s policies put the most vulnerable Americans in danger. A new report from the Environmental Data & Governance Initiative , a group of academics and nonprofit professionals, finds that over the past eight months, the new president has amplified risks to the country’s environmentally disadvantaged people and torn down some hard-won protections. “Through proposed budget cuts and personnel reductions at agencies like EPA,” the report reads, “the new administration has crippled the government’s ability to address environmental problems, including inequalities in toxic exposure.” President Trump has undone decades of progress on environmental justice. He allowed construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline to resume , reversed a planned ban on the agricultural pesticide chlorpyrifos (despite its link to neurological disorders in children), and proposed slashing funds for tox...

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