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Inquiry Question: Is Animal Testing Ethical? Database: EBSCO, Academic Search Premier Search Terms: Animal, Testing, Peta MLA Citation: Sandler, Jessica. "Peta Says no to Testing." Earth Island Journal. 17.3 (2002): 46. Print. Reflection: This article discusses the opposition of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals to animal testing. It lists the chemical pollutants being tested on animals, states the purpose of animal testing and lists the environmental organizations that favor animal testing. Source Notes: Some environmental organizations are calling for more and more animal testing at the EPA as the answer to our current chemical pollution mess In more than a decade, the EPA has not banned a single toxic industrial chemical using its authority under the Toxic Substances Control Act Chemicals such as benzene and trichloroethylene are tested and re-tested ad infinitum The bureaucratic alternative to taking action on chemicals we already know are dangerous, reducing emissions and preventing exposures
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