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Montague, Tim

Rachels Democracy & Health News #833

Publication Date:

December 15, 2005

Abstract:

{*} AP: MORE BLACKS LIVE WITH POLLUTION {*} THE 14 'MOST WANTED' CORPORATE HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATORS OF 2005 {*} $20B IN DOUBT FOR GREAT LAKES FIX {*} WORLD HEALTH BODY LINKS ECOSYSTEM INJURY TO HUMAN HEALTH PROBLEMS {*} 'CLEAN COAL' DIRTY, GROUPS SAY...

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Rachel's Democracy & Health News #832 -- The Louisville Charter for Safer Chemicals

Publication Date:

December 8, 2005

Abstract:

Here is the final text of the Louisville Charter for Safer Chemicals -- a path-breaking document that offers important policy innovations and reveals the sophistication and depth of the grassroots movement for health and justice in the U.S....

Rachels Democracy & Health News #831 -- The Emperor of Risk Assessment Isn't Wearing Any Clothes

Publication Date:

December 1, 2005

Abstract:

The U.S. chemical regulation system was created 40 years ago to protect the most-exposed individuals, using numerical risk assessment to determine "safe" exposures. One unintended consequence of the system has been to contaminate the entire planet with industrial poisons. As a result, no...

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Montague, Tim

Publication Date:

November 24, 2005

Abstract:

{*} CAN THE ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT REGAIN ITS MOXIE? {*} THE NEW FACE OF ENVIRONMENTALISM {*} CLIMATE, HEALTH RELATED...

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