Monday, April 29, 2013

EPA Using Bad Data...Again?

The Environmental Protection Agency revised a draft assessment of an Alaska mine project using research from environmental consultants who admitted falsifying a report in an environmental lawsuit. Stratus Consulting and Ann Maest, the company’s managing scientist recently admitted to giving false statements in a $19 billion lawsuit against Chevron oil.
The EPA used information from a company that was known to have falsified data. So can we believe the EPA about anything they do when they depend on companies with questionable backgrounds? Think about it.

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