FemSTEM has no political affiliation*. On a controversial means, back in December of 2016, President Donald Trump had nominated Scott Pruitt to be the head of the Environmental Protection Agency. Scott Pruitt, if you are unfamiliar, was an Oklahoma State senator, and later the attorney general for the state. […]
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Though it didn’t have the media attention it does today, Flint, Michigan has been dealing with a water crisis since 2014. And, of course, Flint isn’t the only city in America, by a long shot, that has similar water issues. Many Americans worry about their drinking water, but even though […]
Recently, FemSTEM paired up with Samantha Stuhler, an analyst for an environmental testing company, to talk about the EPA and its importance in our current society. As we did this, we talked about minerals that Miss Stuhler directly works with — asbestos. When asked if the introduced bill to dismantle the EPA […]
FemSTEM does not have a political affiliation. The political climate has taken science down deep with it. Though some people do not think the two should be mixed, people could argue that it absolutely has to be mixed. With the EPA, the governmental agency that was installed in the 1970s […]
On February 3rd, 2016, a bill was introduced to terminate the Environmental Protection Agency. There’s little to no information on the actual bill as of yet. As of February 5th, 2016, we do not have a summary of the bill, and the bill has not yet been sent to the […]