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Sharon Lerner
covering enviro crime sharon.lerner@theintercept.com
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Sharon Lerner 11h
Replying to @katzish
also it helps if, while sticking them up, you say "this is not a stickup"
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Sharon Lerner 11h
congratulations, Kyle!!
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Tireless DC Nov 19
Replying to @MarkRuffalo @ewg and 2 others
Thank you for popularizing this important issue. We've been fighting a major source of plastic pollution and broke the story of PFAS in synthetic turf.
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Sonaar Luthra💦🐤 Nov 19
. You really need to update this article about nonstick pans containing . It was questionable in 2016, but in light of all the information available now, it is deeply concerning that people are still reading it. (cc )
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The Story of Stuff Project Nov 19
Coke has a history undermining that are proven to prevent thousands of tons of plastic from entering our environment.
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Sharon Lerner Nov 18
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Stéphane Horel Nov 16
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Sharon Lerner Nov 15
a great story about recycling day, a PR event "owned" by KAB
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Michiel Scheffer Nov 14
Hoe zit dat met Coca-Cola is named the most polluting brand in global audit of plastic waste by
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Doris Voss Nov 14
Anti-suikertaks en anti-statiegeld lobbyist en Nationaal Preventieakkoord (😱) partner Coca-Cola denkt over duurzaamheid na. Anti-
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Survivor Nov 13
Not just linked... implicated in multiple studies by multiple scientists. If in doubt, start with this article. Dow Chemical wants farmers to keep using a pesticide linked to autism and ADHD by
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The Intercept Nov 13
Former Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson explained how the oil giant takes climate change seriously and spent years researching the issue. He failed to mention the company kept critical findings secret while waging a disinformation war to undermine climate science.
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Zero Waste Maldives Nov 13
Where plastic outnumbers fish by seven to one
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Laura Vandenberg Nov 12
So interesting to see my new paper on the misuse and abuse of "historical controls" directly followed by a paper from industry on how "historical controls" should be used in ecotox studies. Their use is unscientific and unjustifiable...
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Sharon Lerner Nov 12
Replying to @zoeschlanger
a related parable - my son bought a tiny succulent at a big box store. he only realized it was plastic after watering it and keeping it on his windowsill for months
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Sharon Lerner Nov 12
Replying to @fastlerner
"Our approach is one of addressing process as opposed to scientific substance,” wrote Horner who explained that the strategy could be used to interfere with the EPA’s efforts to address mercury emissions, hazardous waste, and dioxins as well as restrictions on air pollution.
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The Story of Stuff Project Nov 12
Coca-Cola has been named the world’s largest polluter of for the second year in a row.
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Sharon Lerner Nov 12
Replying to @fastlerner
here are some of the folks to blame. Amy Oliver Cooke of "Mothers in Love with Fracking" and Chris Horner of Bracewell & Giuliani. Steve Milloy who wrote about the idea for Breitbart. We called them the "wrecking crew"
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Sharon Lerner Nov 12
For some background: this piece traces the terrible secret science idea back to tobacco industry connected PR guys who cooked up with the idea to fight off protections from second-hand smoke
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Sharon Lerner Nov 12
<3 shockingly it's actually 40+ !
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