The Green Science Policy Institute hosted an interactive workshop on the science and policy of PFAS Oct 15-16, 2020 in conjunction with PFAS in Our World, organized by the STEEP Superfund Research Center. You can view the talks below.
GSP Interactive Workshop on PFAS – October 15 (Day 1)
- Arlene Blum, Green Science Policy Institute, Scientific Strategy for Change,
Science + Decision Makers + Communication = Change
- Andrew Lindstrom, Mark Strynar, & John Washington, U.S. EPA,
Scientific Sleuthing for PFAS
- Steve Gold, Rutgers Law School, Wendy Wagner, U. of Texas Law School,
Gaps in Chemical Regulation Exposed
Also, see our introduction to the Six Classes.
GSP Interactive Workshop on PFAS – October 16 (Day 2)
- Tom Bruton, Green Science Policy Institute, PFAS and the Class Concept
- Jordan Dickinson, Office of Congressman Dan Kildee (MI-5), Challenges & Successes of the Congressional PFAS Task Force
- Jen Jackson, San Francisco Dept. of Environment, Reducing PFAS in San Francisco Purchasing
- Graham Peaslee, University of Notre Dame, How Measuring PFAS in Products Can Lead to Positive Change
- Kirk Richardson, Keen Footwear, Keen’s PFAS-free Journey
Also, see our Six Classes PFAS video