A new OUPblog post by an Oxford Bibliographies author is now available:
- By Devra Davis, Founding Editorial Board member in Environmental Science, and Robert D. Morris:
"The tragedy of children poisoned by lead-contaminated water in Flint, Michigan is not an isolated incident. More than 11 counties in New Jersey have children with higher lead levels than those of Flint. Since 2008, drastic cuts in funding for public health programs across the board have slashed programs to educate parents and pediatricians to test young kids for lead poisoning or test water for its residues. [...]"