No. 32, June 14, 2018
Hello Revelator readers,
President Trump and EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt keep making the news for their attacks against the science of climate change, pesticides and other environmental threats. It's the latest in a long trend of industry-inspired attempts to lie about science
and minimize its impact on corporate profits, as the author of the new book
Corrupted Science reveals this week in
his exclusive essay for The Revelator.
But here's some science that can't be disputed: Wildlife crossings work. These structures, which help animals cross over or under busy highways, can reduce fatalities for both wildlife and humans. We take a look at the latest of these crossings, which are
being built in Washington state after years of debate.
Finally this week we have a powerful new essay that reminds journalists — and all of us — not to look away from
issues related to poaching, wildlife trafficking and extinction.
In case you missed it:
Find the best environmentally themed books for your summer reading list in our latest
"Revelator Reads" column.
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We have a lot more coming your way, including a look at the people helping to save an iconic species from extinction. Look for all of our newest links in next week's newsletter, or follow us on
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That's it for this week. As always, thanks for reading.