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  1. October 2018 Networker: A Pipeline Update

    Pipeline Update Volume 23 (5) October 2018 “We are in this for the long haul. Are you with us?” Visit Our Website Table of Contents I. Letter from the Editor: A Pipeline Update from Carolyn Raffensperger II. Free, Prior, & Informed Consent: A Right for Communities III. Community Free, Prior, and Informed Consent: A Downloadable…Read More →

  2. Activist Tip: Planning & Disaster Preparedness

      Tips for Activists: Planning and Disaster Preparedness Volume 23 (4) August, 2018 The Heath Consequences of Climate Change Ted Schettler The still-burning Carr Wildfire near Redding CA has incinerated over 164,000 acres, 1080 homes and killed seven people. Among them, two young children, ages 5 and 4, trapped at home with their great grandmother…Read More →

  3. September Networker-Women’s Congress for Future Generations

    Show Up in a Different Way! Support the Work of SEHN and the Women’s Congress Networker: Volume 22 (4) September, 2017     Friends of SEHN, In two short months the third Women’s Congress for Future Generations will convene in Minneapolis MN. The Congress is a project of the Science and Environmental Health Network born…Read More →

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  1. State of Emergency (& Rage): A Live Journal, Part III

          I’m angry today. So very angry.   Hurricane Florence is still heading towards the East Coast with winds of 110 miles per hour, based on the satellite models shared this morning.   Families have boarded up their homes, placed sandbag barriers, and a million people have been issued mandatory evacuations. People are…Read More →

  2. State of Emergency: Planning & Disaster Preparedness Live Journal, Part II

        Part II I don’t get sucked into the 24-hour news cycle for storms. I check certain meteorologists’ personal blog sites, their postings of predicted models, and National organizations that track hurricanes and other storm systems. Most importantly, I prepare for the worst while hoping for the best. So, while the storm might possibly…Read More →

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