ACAT News & Updates

Podcast available: Disproportionate Exposures to Toxics: A Conversation with Environmental Justice Reporter Brian Bienkowski

CHE-Alaska Teleconference: Recorded June 13, 2018

Listen to the podcast with Brian Bienkowski, reporter and editor at Environmental Health News and the Daily Climate about how vulnerable communities across America bear a disproportionate burden of contamination from endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs).

By |May 31st, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Podcast available: Disproportionate Exposures to Toxics: A Conversation with Environmental Justice Reporter Brian Bienkowski

Podcast Available: Nursing the Earth Back to Health: Personal and Policy Strategies for Preventing Breast Cancer

CHE-Alaska Teleconference, Recorded Wednesday, May 2, 2018

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Catherine Dodd Presentation Slides (PDF)

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Catherine Dodd, PhD, RN discusses latest science on how environmental contaminants contribute to breast cancer risk and of healthy choices you can make to limit exposures. Find out what steps individuals, institutions, and communities can take to reduce the incidence of breast cancer.

By |April 19th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Podcast Available: Nursing the Earth Back to Health: Personal and Policy Strategies for Preventing Breast Cancer

Podcast Available -The Poison Papers: How an Activist Joined Forces with Investigative Journalists to Document the Hidden History of Herbicide Hazards

CHE-Alaska Teleconference, Recorded April 25, 2018

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Community activist Carol van Strum and investigative journalists Peter von Stackelberg and Eric Francis Coppolino discuss how they worked together on “The Poison Papers,” a project to create a searchable online archive inspired by Van Strum’s extraordinary collection of more than 6,000 documents (totaling over 150,000 pages) about the chemical industry.

By |April 9th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Podcast Available -The Poison Papers: How an Activist Joined Forces with Investigative Journalists to Document the Hidden History of Herbicide Hazards