Elizabeth Grossman

Elizabeth Grossman (1957–2017) is the author of "Watershed: The Undamming of America," "Adventuring Along the Lewis and Clark Trail," and "High Tech Trash: Digital Devices, Hidden Toxics, and Human Health."

EPA swaps top science advisers with industry allies Elizabeth Grossman
"It couldn't get much worse": Trump’s policies are already making workplaces more toxic Elizabeth Grossman
“No words to describe how cruel it is”: What slashing the Labor Department budget by 21 percent would mean Elizabeth Grossman
Republicans are racing to make workplaces more dangerous and unhealthy Elizabeth Grossman
"Sick and unsafe”: Congress blocking workplace protections Elizabeth Grossman
Must see it to believe it: Trump touts "pro-worker" agenda at meeting with union leaders, but there's skepticism Elizabeth Grossman
Still can't shake the wage gap: Income inequality is a major economic measure that hasn't gotten better Elizabeth Grossman
Protections on the chopping block: Will workplace safety survive a Donald Trump presidency? Elizabeth Grossman
Rising temperatures hurt workers: Toiling away in heat can be dangerous, even fatal Elizabeth Grossman
Poison ice Elizabeth Grossman
Two words: Bad plastic Elizabeth Grossman
Where computers go to die -- and kill Elizabeth Grossman
How to recycle your computer Elizabeth Grossman
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