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“The Makers: Women Who Made America,” is an initiative of PBS and AOL and celebrates womanhood, in particular showcases a number of American women who have “made America.” MAKERS.com is a dynamic digital platform produced by filmmakers Dyllan McGee, Betsy West, and Peter Kunhardt, developed by AOL, showcasing hundreds of compelling stories from women of […]
Erin Brockovich has identified the Ogeechee River Fish Kill and it’s other impending problems as a case that she might be able to lend her special attention. Her inspiring story, never get up attitude, spirit of collaboration and heart for environmental justice and human rights gives us all the hope that America’s polluters need to find a better way to do business. It’s not about shutting down business, it’s about making sure businesses operate in way that honors the environment around them. Words to live by.
The famed environmentalist discusses the documentary, “Last Call at the Oasis,” and the challenge of spreading the message about the U.S. water crisis.
A Department of Health study found cancer rates were about 7.5 percent above the state average in Fridley. But that was lower than expected. She’s calling for more testing of old Super Fund sites.
Firmly establishing the urgency of the global water crisis as the central issue facing our world this century, this documentary illuminates the vital role water plays in our lives, exposes the defects in the current system and shows communities already struggling with its ill-effects
ABC’s Cynthia McFadden checks in on Erin’s latest crusades for clean water
Brockovich has penned a fictional thriller about industrial contamination, “Rock Bottom”, intended to educate people on industrial dangers. Brockovich, who has her own firm and consults on many investigations, says she’s looking at over 700 sites in the U.S. right now that could be fraught with industrial contamination
Carson, CA residents of the Carousel Home Track fight Shell Oil contaminating their land and homes with leveles of Methane & Benzene & several other chemicals upto 100,000 times what the EPA allows for Health & Safety
Erin Brockovich continues debate offset at Fox with host Eric Bolling and guests Erin Brockovich, Mary Walter and Bob Rice on November 17.
Erin Brockovich is living proof that an ordinary person can change the world. As a Southern California law clerk, she spearheaded a successful lawsuit against a major company on behalf of hundreds of people who had unknowingly been exposed to toxic waste.
High profile environmental activist Erin Brockovich is investigating a chromium contamination affecting hundreds of midland county residents.