Interview: What Erin Brockovich thinks about cover-ups, gaslighting and ‘ass-backwards regulation’

It’s been more than two decades since Erin Brockovich proved PG&E was poisoning a Californian town and she’s been holding polluters across the world to account ever since. She talks to ENDS about chromium VI, PFAS and why communities need to get smart and enter the fray.

by Rachel Salvidge
Erin Brokovich in her home in California: “I believe that if people really knew what was going on, they’d be up in arms.” Photo: Valerie Macon/AFP via Getty Images
Erin Brokovich in her home in California: “I believe that if people really knew what was going on, they’d be up in arms.” Photo: Valerie Macon/AFP via Getty Images

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