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|Emily J Gertz||Sep 14, 2018|
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Earlier this year, generous and frank insights from several media entrepreneurs, environment/science news nerds, and e-newsletter gurus helped me create (de)regulation nation’s unique B2G2 format: the latest bad news about the Trump administration’s environmental policies, followed by updates on better, good, and great things going on to protect public health, the environment, and science-based public policies. I’ve heard from readers since that they love the B2G2.
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This message’s quote is by R.E.M., from the song “Cuyahoga,” on the album “Life’s Rich Pageant.”
The song evokes the historic industrial pollution of Ohio’s Cuyahoga River, which gained global attention when the river caught fire (although not for the first time) in 1969.
That fire helped inspire the the first Earth Day in 1970, and the bipartisan passage of 1972’s Clean Water Act.
Congress overrode President Richard Nixon’s veto to enact the CWA.
Read (and listen to a radio story) about the Cuyahoga River fire of 1969 at The Allegheny Front. “It didn’t even look like water. It looked like oil and grease and paint.”
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