Watch: The chemistry of a cover-up

New film exposes a decades-long corporate scandal surrounding a toxic Teflon chemical—and the power of a few determined people to change the world.

In making our most recent film, The Devil We Know, we thought we understood the pervasive and insidious role that toxic chemicals play in our collective lives.

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The push for standing forest protections in US climate policy

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