Editorial: Clean air and water should be a civil right

new jersey environment news, water quality

TIMES OF TRENTON – If we needed any more evidence that the Trump Administration is hell bent on reversing long-fought gains in the battle for clean air and clean water, we got it recently – in spades.

The unwelcome news came in the form of a White House decision to ban government scientists from presenting research on climate change at a Rhode Island conference – objective research that by any measure should not be a partisan issue, but rather a survival issue.

The Environmental Protection Agency banned its scientists from participating for no other stated reason than that the conference was not under the agency’s own sponsorship …

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