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  1. Law For The Earth – March 2006

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    Law For The Earth – March 2006 I. The Precaution Academy: Practical Training For Precautionary Action SEHN Staff II. From The Editors – Law For The Earth Carolyn Raffensperger and Nancy Myers III. Transforming American Law to Promote Preservation of the Earth Joseph H. Guth, JD, PhD   I. The Precaution Academy TOP SEHN Staff The…Read More →

  2. Staff and Board Members

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    SEHN operates as an organization without walls; SEHN’s staff works from locations across North America.   Carolyn Raffensperger, M.A., J.D. Carolyn is executive director of the Science and Environmental Health Network. In 1982 she left a  career as an archaeologist in the desert Southwest to join the environmental movement. She first worked for the Sierra Club where she…Read More →

  3. Contact

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    Science and Environmental Health Network Speakers’ Bureau Staff members of the Science and Environmental Health Network are available for speaking engagements nationally, including Executive Director Carolyn Raffensperger, Science Director Ted Schettler, Legal Director Joseph Guth and Associate Director Katie Silberman.SEHN staff speak widely about a broad range of topics, with a unique combination of verve,…Read More →

  4. Program Areas

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    Precautionary Principle The precautionary principle, virtually unknown here six years ago, is now a U.S. phenomenon. In December 2001 the New York Times Magazine listed the principle as one of the most influential ideas of the year, describing the intellectual, ethical, and policy framework SEHN had developed around the principle. Ecological Medicine “Ecological medicine” is a term…Read More →

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    SEHN operates as an organization without walls. Thanks to telecommunications, SEHN’s small staff works from locations across North America. Carolyn Raffensperger, M.A., J.D. Carolyn is executive director of the Science and Environmental Health Network. In 1982 she left a career as an archaeologist in the desert Southwest to join the environmental movement. She first worked…Read More →