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TED Countdown: Detroiters Working for Environmental Justice executive director Laprisha Berry Daniels on providing support, preparing for future-
In her talk, Daniels looked to the past to figure out how to help us navigate the future with three pillars — acceptance, aid and adaptation.
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Environmental groups’ comprehensive review of the latest company-reported data shows monitoring of drinking water sources is urgently needed.
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Residents have learned Ontario and city council kept suspicions of chemical leaks quiet for two years.
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Algae blooms are hiking the cost of water for people already struggling to pay their bills.
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Environmental lawyers, activists and residents are pushing for this coal ash to be completely removed from the quarry and transported to a safer landfill.
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Industries rely on “beneficial use” of coal power’s toxic byproduct. Will stepped-up enforcement of federal rules interfere?