Superfund 35th Anniversary Report: Polluters Pay So Children Can Play
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Superfund 25th Anniversary Report
This text is a ten page narrative on the history of Superfund, the financial foundation of the program and the current funding shortfall. The report additionally includes a profile of a Superfund site in every state in the US, a profile of Superfund sites in Puerto Rico, a US PIRG state-by-state Taxpayer Impact Chart, and a state-by-state list of all Superfund sites from 1980 to 2005.
Superfund: In the Eye of the Storm
This report addresses the large corporations that are declaring bankruptcy to avoid the cost of cleaning up their site. American taxpayers are then left holding an enormous cleanup bill which is paid for by Superfund, a program funded entirely with taxpayer dollars. There is only one solution–Congress must reinstate the polluter pays fees.
This guidebook explains the cleanup process, the problems communities have with this program and lists of some great resources.
Love Canal: A Fact Pack
This is an abbreviated version of the Love Canal tragedy written by the leaders of the Love Canal Homeowners Association. It gives a brief history of Love Canal, goes through a summary of key events, discusses health studies conducted at the site, and gives a biography of Lois Gibbs.
Love Canal: A Guidebook
This is an abbreviated version of the Love Canal tragedy written by the leaders of the Love Canal Homeowners Association. It gives a brief history of Love Canal, goes through a summary of key events, discusses health studies conducted at the site, and gives a biography of Lois Gibbs. Some of the most memorable news clips about Love Canal have also been included in this guidebook.
Love Canal: A Chronology of Events
This publication is an excellent companion to Love Canal: The Story Continues. Written by the leaders of the Love Canal Homeowners Association, this book gives a chronological account of the events of Love Canal. It includes health effects, pollutant charts and maps that could be a model for your community.
Love Canal: The Story Continues
The young housewife who organized the residents of the Love Canal neighborhood to publicize their plight and protest to state and federal officials updates the struggle to persuade government officials to act. This updated version includes an additional Prologue and Afterword which bring events up to 1998, the anniversary of the Love Canal disaster, and with a Foreword by Ralph Nader.
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