Pat Sheridan: Citizen science exposes environmental violations

The Tonawanda Coke story helped move citizen science from the realm of mere data gathering to the power to change things. Pat Sheridan, the Environmental Protec...

Pat Sheridan, region two citizen science coordinator, EPA

The Tonawanda Coke story helped move citizen science from the realm of mere data gathering to the power to change things. Pat Sheridan, the Environmental Protection Agency's region two citizen science coordinator, tells Federal Drive with Tom Temin about the famous case the stinky factory and the people of Tonawanda, New York.

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