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During the Coronavirus Crisis, the Trump Administration's Environmental Rollbacks Continue
Watch "War on the EPA" for the backstory on how the battle over environmental regulations and climate science has been waged.
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U.S. International Aid Groups Sending Help Home
Several U.S. charities that traditionally operate in countries stricken by war and natural disaster are now sending humanitarian aid to some of the wealthiest communities in America.
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WATCH: Colorado Economy: Business Survival
Uncertainty about how long many businesses will be closed and the inability to plan for the future has many communities concerned about both short term and long-term economic stability.
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Companies’ New Pledges to Boost Recycling Face Old Pitfalls
Facing a public outcry over the plastic pollution crisis, some of the world’s biggest consumer brand companies have promised to dramatically boost recycling. Yet some of those same companies have made — and failed to deliver on — similar promises in the past.
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When Does Recycling Your Plastic Make Sense? The Answer Isn’t So Simple
The vast majority of plastic — about 76 percent — ends up in landfills. Here's what to do about yours.
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Plastics Industry Insiders Reveal the Truth About Recycling
They never believed it would actually solve the plastic waste problem. Today, it’s estimated that no more than 10 percent of plastic produced has ever been recycled.
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Coronavirus is Crippling Florida’s Unemployment System
As Florida’s economy ground to a halt this week, Floridians flooded the program with calls and website requests, jamming the lines and crashing the website.
Tampa Bay Times
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Businesses in Tampa Bay Step Up to Help Others Survive Coronavirus
One company decided to forgo collecting rent in April. Two others started making hand sanitizer to give away.
Tampa Bay Times
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Plastic Wars
FRONTLINE and NPR investigate the fight over the future of plastics.
March 31, 2020
Who’s Responsible for Defective Products Sold on Amazon?
A Pennsylvania appeals court may soon decide.
March 11, 2020