Communication Failures and the West Virginia Chemical Spill

CEI_logo-2“Uncertainty and the West Virginia Chemical Spill,” By Angela Logomasini on February 14, 2014.CDC-image-pregnant-mom-wash
In the aftermath of the January 9 chemical spill in West Virginia, environmental activists claim: “More than two weeks after the spill, the answer to most questions about the spill and the chemicals in it is either that ‘we don’t know’ or that the information is incomplete.” Green groups make such claims to capitalize on the fact that everything in life has some uncertainty. But that does not mean that Charleston residents should live in fear because, as I explained in prior posts in this series on the West Virginia Chemical Spill, the long-term health effects are negligible. Read more.

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