Monday, April 21, 2008

Your Call 042208 EPA's Environmental Policies

What's the current status of the Environmental Protection Agency? On the next Your Call, on Earth Day, we'll take a look at how environmental policies have changed under the Bush administration. Since its inception in 1970, the EPA has monitored air, water, land and human health but according to critics, the Agency has put politics and money over science. What's it going to take to get the EPA to do its job? It's Your Call with Rose Aguilar and you.

Dr. William Hirzy, a senior EPA scientist and Ph.D., executive vice president of National Treasury Employee Union Chapter 280.

Kurt Gottfried, co-founder and chair of the Union of Concerned Scientists, is emeritus professor of physics at Cornell University.

EPA representative to be confirmed

Click to Listen: EPA's Environmental Policies