The Quiet Revolution in Plastics - Environmental Politics and Law - John Wargo - Lecture 14 of 24 - Video-lecture

Video-lecture, Environmental Law

Description: Plastics are omnipresent but minimally understood and regulated in the United States. The lecture focuses on the dangers that chemicals in plastics pose to human health, particularly via leaching into food and water. Plastics are regulated by the Toxic Substance Control Act, which gives the Environmental Protection Agency the responsibility of testing to ensure that plastics do not adversely affect human health.
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