Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, the Flint, Michigan pediatrician who exposed the Flint Water Crisis, gave the following remarks at the May 18th Boston University School of Public Health commencement, citing the proposed compressor station in Weymouth as an example of a public health issue.
In this WGBH article, Greater Boston PSR experts highlight the public safety threats from the proposed Weymouth compressor.
Dr. Philip Landrigan, Professor of Biology and Director of the Boston College Global Health Program talked about his opposition to a proposed fracked gas compressor station in North Weymouth.
Public health experts presented on the public health dangers of the proposed compressor station in Weymouth. Watch the video here.
Local minister Reverend Betsy Sowers describes the potential impacts of the proposed compressor station in Weymouth, MA on nearby environmental justice communities.
Health safety official Frank Singleton explains the public safety threats from the proposed compressor station in Weymouth, MA.
Pediatrician and public health physician Dr. Phil Landrigan explains the potential health impacts of the proposed compressor station in Weymouth, MA and encourages the public to speak out against it.
Op-ed in The Patriot Ledger by Greater Boston PSR’s Anna Linakis Baker and Dr. Regina LaRocque.