Miranda Massie

Miranda Massie appears in the following:

Monona Rossol on PCBs in New York Schools: A Follow-Up

Friday, September 30, 2011

Industrial hygienist Monona Rossol was on the show Friday, September 23, along with Miranda Massie of New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, to look at the PCBs in schools and how to eliminate them. The segment got a lot of comments, and Monona offers responses to many of the questions listeners left that weren't answered during the interview on air. Listen to the interview and see Monona's responses here.

Here's an article about PCBs in New York Schools in the New York Times.

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PCBs in Schools

Friday, September 23, 2011

The Environmental Protection Agency has found PCB contamination to be "prevalent" in New York City schools, and as the school year gets under way, parent, teacher and community groups have been demanding the cleanup of affected schools. Industrial hygienist Monona Rossol, author of Pick Your Poison: How Our Mad Dash to Chemical Utopia is Making Lab Rats of Us All, and Miranda Massie of New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, explain the dangers of these chemicals and looks at how to eliminate them.

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Staten Island's Toxic Stew

Friday, June 19, 2009

Melissa Checker, assistant professor of urban studies at Queens College, CUNY and Miranda Massie, senior staff attorney in the environmental justice section at New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, talk about a plethora of toxic sites that threaten the health of Staten Island's North shore residents.

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