Gail S. Prins

Commentary: FDA statement on BPA’s safety is premature

Commentary: FDA statement on BPA’s safety is premature

Recommending policy using unpublished data that has not yet been peer reviewed is problematic.

Last week, the National Toxicology Program (NTP) released part of a multi-year study designed to resolve debate over the safety of BPA.

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PFAS in food

IN-DEPTH: What we know about PFAS in our food

Amid inadequate testing and a lack of regulation, we’re all eating “forever chemicals.”

firearm tax for wildlife conservation

Copy of Guns, money, and power: The firearm industry and wildlife conservation

In recent years, the role of firearm and ammunition sales were more critical than ever for wildlife agencies’ funding.

Global Warming: Why the problem is worse – and solutions simpler – than you thought

Global Warming: Why the problem is worse – and solutions simpler – than you thought

Noted ecologist John Harte offers a fresh take on the dire topic of climate change.

PCB pollution

Most of the world agreed on safe PCB waste disposal. It’s not going great—especially in the US.

Just 13% of countries in the Stockholm Convention have disposed of the toxics according to global environmental standards.

PFAS Testing

Investigation: PFAS on our shelves and in our bodies

Testing finds concerning chemicals in everything from sports bras to ketchup, including in brands labeled PFAS-free.

ryan zinke

Peter Dykstra: Low crimes and misdemeanors

Multiple ethical violations used to mean bipartisan disdain. Now you get sent to Congress.