Barry Commoner Dies, National Environmental Leader

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Barry Commoner, a national enviromental leader, died this week.  He was 95 years old.  Commoner, a professor of Queens College in New York City, and author of many books, was well-known for his precedent-setting studies on dioxin in the environment, incineration and other environmental issues.  CHEJ honored Commoner at a reception two years ago.  He will be sorely missed, but his environmental legacy lives on.

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