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Piping as poison: the Flint water crisis and America’s toxic infrastructure

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      U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Frances Gavalis, 332nd Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron equipment manager, tosses unserviceable uniform items into a burn pit at Balad Air Base, Iraq, on March 10, 2008.  Military uniform items turned in must be burned to ensure they cannot be used by opposing forces.  DoD photo by Senior Airman Julianne Showalter, U.S. Air Force.  (Released)

Article Alert! Legitimating the environmental injustices of war: toxic exposures and media silence in Iraq and Afghanistan

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Roundtable reviews of “Banned: A History of Pesticides and the Science of Toxicology”

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The Power Behind Disposability: Why New York City’s ban on polystyrene was vilified, sued, and reversed

Food Not Bombs diner and-or volunteer, Tompkins Square Park, New York City, 1996. Photograph courtesy Vikki Law.

Dumpsters, difference, and illiberal embodiment

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Refugees: Humans-as-Waste?

Press photographing damaged books at the conference announcing a lawsuit against the City of New York (Photo: M. Oman-Reagan)

“The Dregs of the Library”: Trashing the Occupy Wall Street Library

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LA’s Shade Balls: The ecological costs of plastics in water

One of the prepared questions in the Write2Know campaign is about the effect of the oil sands on water quality.

Researcher Activism: The Gutting of Discard Science in Canada and the Write2Know Campaign

Not having been warned about the known hazards, Dene men even slept on burlap bags containing uranium and radium. Image from Beyond Nuclear.

Article Alert! Wasted Life: Labour, Liveliness, and the Production of Value

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