The incoming Trump administration could trigger a renewed and intensified culture of leaks at the Environmental Protection Agency, several former EPA staffers and a high-level career staffer currently at the agency, told Bloomberg BNA.
With the upcoming November elections, both Clinton and Trump have expressed many opinions from an agriculture perspective. While they are both in opposition to TPP, there are a vast number of issues they view differently including immigration, nutrition, and eco-friendly energy sources where they disagree upon significantly. Stephanie Mercier takes a look at these[…]Read More »
Today, information is shared at an unprecedented speed. Not so at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and USDA’s Agricultural Research Service (ARS), both of which have been conspicuously silent online this week. Read moreRead More »