The History of DDT Shows Government Agencies Have Responsibility for Today's Skepticism about Science
by Elena Conis
The willingness to share information about the toxicity of pesticides has long been compromised by the government's interest in their economic usefulness. From COVID to climate, today's crises show the need for a new balance of transparency and profitability.
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