New Super-Agency Needed For Consumer/Environment Protection – PEN Report
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
A new federal Department of Environmental and Consumer Protection is needed to oversee the technologies that will "shape the 21 century," ex-EPA official J. Clarence Davies writes in a report released April 28
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