PIRG


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PIRGPublic Interest Research Group
PIRGProgram Implementation and Review Group (US EPA)
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However, only 21 fungal isolates, 24 actinomycetes isolates and 5 bacterial isolates showed PIRG greater than 50% against the tested pathogen.
PIRG researchers examined toys sold at a variety of large and small retailers as well as online to identify those that pose risks of choking or suffocation, chemicals and heavy metals, and excessive noise.
Here, all Trichoderma isolates gave distinct degree of PIRG values, even among the same species.
But we can also recognize how all of these student-led and campus-specific campaigns fit into broader global struggles: members of CLASSE said that fighting la hausse in Montreal was a fight against neoliberal-ism and cuts to social services; protecting the union rights of our TAs is a response to the attack on workers and welfare rights; and fighting PIRG closures is a wake-up call that they need to out-organize attacks from the Right.
Many PIRGs offer memberships to the public for a small fee.
PIRG even finds common ground with its conservative counterpart, the Tea Party movement.
PIRG trained 50 student leaders in the district to register their peers to vote, who made more than 4,000 get-out-the-vote contacts on campuses.
Combined reporting has become standard best practice," says Johanna Neumann, policy advocate for Maryland PIRG.
PIRG reports that Thompson-Hayward produced pesticides and herbicides, including DDT and Agent Orange.
PIRG said the Clean Cars Programs in these states (California, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont and Washington) will be able to eliminate as much carbon dioxide pollution annually as is produced by 63 coal-fired power plants generating enough power for nearly one-quarter of U.
The PIRG activists long for a green totalitarian who would issue diktats about which cars could be built, ostensibly to save fuel.