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Activism Lesson 2: The Media Will Say, “Well, I’ve Never Heard Of You!!”

One of the most pressing and enduring lessons I have learned as national activist that has generated well over six million readers in the last three years is that much like the scientists and laymen from lesson one, the media and activists don’t mix  either, unless Julia Roberts played you in a movie, and then they’ll suck Read more about Activism Lesson 2: The Media Will Say, “Well, I’ve Never Heard Of You!!”[…]

Levin Papantonio Law Firm Has Six-Hundred Seventy Million Reasons To File Lawsuit Over GenX

As we have followed the GenX issue in Wilmington, NC, we have noted, much like many other environmental incidents, a lot of misinformation and disinformation flying around as the citizens pour through it all, seeking facts about what amounts to a very complex and confusing subject matter. Today, we’d like to translate the Levin Papantonio law firm’s Read more about Levin Papantonio Law Firm Has Six-Hundred Seventy Million Reasons To File Lawsuit Over GenX[…]

GenX Contamination In Cape Fear River Equals About Two Tablespoons

Update: After one of the scientists who is terrorizing the community of Wilmington with manipulative information came here nitpicking the following calculations, we need to state that for the following exercise we took a microgram and converted it to a drop unit, as an analogous representation, in order to help people who are not water experts Read more about GenX Contamination In Cape Fear River Equals About Two Tablespoons[…]

Eight Things Everyone Needs To Know About The EPA Superfund Toxic Waste Clean Up Program

Have you ever heard of the town of Hinkley from the film Erin Brockovich?  That’s a toxic waste site.  Currently, there are 1,323 toxic waste sites on the EPA’s National Priorities List, or the list of the worst of the worst toxic waste sites in The United States.  Recently, the EPA released the information that, Read more about Eight Things Everyone Needs To Know About The EPA Superfund Toxic Waste Clean Up Program[…]

Founder Matthew Berdyck Talks About Why He Started SuperfundResearch.org

Origins I started SuperfundResearch.org out of a need for information in my own environmental activism career.  Over the course of a hundred thousand miles of travel, in the last two years, I’ve learned a lot about The EPA’s Superfund Project.  Alex and I started building the foundation for this organization in 2013, but kept a Read more about Founder Matthew Berdyck Talks About Why He Started SuperfundResearch.org[…]