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E-M:/ Environmental health and the Precautionary principle



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Food for Thought:  The Land Grant University and Sustainability

 

Campus wide Conversations Over Lunch invites

 

Dr. Ted Schettler, MD, MPH Science and Environmental Health Network www.sehn.org  

 

Tuesday, 11:30 - 1 January 29th

 International Center, Spartan C

 

 

"Endocrine disruptors:  A case for precaution"

 

Dr. Schettler is Science Director at SEHN and co-chair of the Human Health and Environment Project of Greater Boston Physicians for Social Responsibility. Dr. Schettler is co-author of Generations at Risk: Reproductive Health and the Environment, which examines reproductive and developmental health effects of exposure to a variety of environmental toxicants. He is also co-author of In Harm's Way: Toxic Threats to Child Development, which discusses the impact of environmental exposures on neurological development in children. He is a member of the Environment Committee of Physicians for Social Responsibility, the committee on Occupational and Environmental Health of the Massachusetts Medical Society. Dr. Schettler is on the medical staff of Boston Medical Center and has a clinical practice at the E. Boston Neighborhood Health Center.

 

 

 

"The Precautionary Principle: The Earth Charter and Caring for the Earth"

 

Dr. Ted Schettler, MD, MPH  Science and Environmental Health Network

 Tuesday, January 29th 

3:00 p.m.

108 Bessey Hall

 

Open to public as part of course RD 491 " Earth Charter: Pathway to a Sustainable Future"

 

Dr. Schettler is Science Director at SEHN and co-chair of the Human Health and Environment Project of Greater Boston Physicians for Social Responsibility. Dr. Schettler is co-author of Generations at Risk: Reproductive Health and the Environment, which examines reproductive and developmental health effects of exposure to a variety of environmental toxicants. He is also co-author of In Harm's Way: Toxic Threats to Child Development, which discusses the impact of environmental exposures on neurological development in children. He is a member of the Environment Committee of Physicians for Social Responsibility, the committee on Occupational and Environmental Health of the Massachusetts Medical Society. Dr. Schettler is on the medical staff of Boston Medical Center and has a clinical practice at the E. Boston Neighborhood Health Center. 

 

Sponsored by: The University Committee for a Sustainable Campus, Resource Development Dept., College of Agriculture and Natural Resources  

 

 

 

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Terry Link, Director

Office of Campus Sustainability

525 S. Kedzie

Michigan State University

East Lansing, MI 48824

1-517-355-1751

1-517-432-9555(fax)

link@msu.edu

www.ecofoot.msu.edu