Green chemistry’s march of the ostriches

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December 20, 2011
Competitive Enterprise Institute
by Angela Logomasini and Daniel J. Murphy  
Posted in Commentary

"In an age of routine life-enhancing improvements, self-appointed public policy ostriches are spreading myths as divorced from reality as those surrounding the ostrich. The myths envelop man-made chemicals. Advocates wave an innocent-looking banner extolling 'green chemistry,' which in reality involves government second guessing decisions made within the private sector to force industry to make more 'environmentally sound' or 'green' products." (12/15/11)  

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