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Derelict building full of asbestos. (Photo: Will Fisher)
EPA Administrator Wheeler at the White House State Leadership Day 48714393196
Midland Michigan with Dow Chemical plant and headquarters scaled e1590041238966
Discharge pipe
The east facade of the Supreme Court of the United States
Andrew Wheeler
Aerial photo of the West, Texas fertilizer plant explosion site taken several days after blast: April 22, 2013.
April 22, 2017 March for Science, Washington, DC.
View of the Tennesse Valley Authority's Kingston Fossil Plant toxic coal ash spill in December 2008, appx. 1 mile from the retention pond. The pile of ash in the photo is 20-25 feet high, and stretches for two miles or so along this inlet (the inlet empties into the Emory River).
Anti-fracking protesters demonstrate outside the Ohio statehouse in Columbus as part of the Don't Frack Ohio rally on June 17, 2012. (Photo: ProgressOhio/Flickr)
factory releasing air pollution
Paraquat use in corn fields in Ocotal, Nicaragua.
Two children drinking water outdoors. An estimated 110 million Americans are potentially exposed to PFAS through drinking water.
California State Route 1—Pacific Coast Highway — south-bound near Laguna Beach, in Orange County, Southern California.
Thousands marched through St. Paul, Minnesota for this anti-tar sands event. Protesters called for the end of using tar sands oil, clean water and clean energy. Date: June 6, 2015. (Photo: Fibonacci Blue)
A sign warning of methane present at a well facility. (Photo: Jeremy Buckingham)
"Public inspection" of the Monsanto facility at Enkhuizen, Netherlands Date: 2 November 2010, 13:25 (Photo: Luther Blissett)
Protesters against the Dakota Access Pipeline and Keystone XL Pipeline hold a sit-in in the street next to the San Francisco Federal Building.
Sodium cyanide
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Pesticide warning sign. (Photo: Austin Valley)
Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency Scott Pruitt speaking at the 2017 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland.
Derelict building full of asbestos. (Photo: Will Fisher)