Science Informing Policy: The Madrid Statement on PFASs

Speaker: Simona Balan
Senior Scientist, Green Science Policy Institute, Berkeley, California, USA

Event: Science & Policy of Highly Fluorinated Chemicals

July 12, 2015

Table Mountain Inn
Golden, Colorado, USA…

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Regulatory Efforts in Denmark for PFASs in Food Contact Materials

Speaker: Xenia Trier
Research Chemist, National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark, Kongens Lyngby, Denmark

Event: Science & Policy of Highly Fluorinated Chemicals

July 12, 2015

Table Mountain Inn
Golden, Colorado, USA…

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Risk Reduction Approaches for PFASs in Canada with a New Substances Perspective

Speaker: Graham White
Senior Chemist Evaluator, Health Canada, New Substances Assessment and Control Bureau, Canada

Event: Science & Policy of Highly Fluorinated Chemicals

July 12, 2015

Table Mountain Inn
Golden, Colorado, USA…

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“Six Classes” Containing Harmful Chemicals: How Science Can Impact Policy and Purchasing

Speaker: Arlene Blum
Visiting Scholar, University of California at Berkeley and Executive Director, Green Science Policy Institute, Berkeley, California, USA

Event: Science & Policy of Highly Fluorinated Chemicals

July 12, 2015

Table Mountain Inn
Golden, Colorado, USA…

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Chemical Industry Insider Comes Clean

“Falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus” “False in one, false in all” is the legal principle that says a witness who willfully falsifies one matter is not credible on any matter. Recent Center for Public Integrity and the Daily Beast reporting shows the American Chemistry Council (ACC), the chemical industry’s trade group, has willfully falsified in more matters than one. ACC hasn’t told the truth about its lobbying activities in state legislatures, its activities related to flame retardant chemicals, or…

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Flame Retardants in China: Use in the Electronics Industry, Contamination & Human Exposure from E-waste Recycling, and Policy Developments

Speaker: Cheng Qian, LL.B., M.Phil. and Mengjiao (Melissa) Wang, Ph.D.
Toxics Assistant Campaign Manager, Greenpeace East Asia; Research Scientist, Greenpeace Research Laboratories, Exeter, UK

Event: Science & Policy of Flame Retardants and POPs in China and the US

April 21, 2015

Jian Guo Garden Hotel
Beijing, China…

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Science and Advocacy: Flame Retardants as a Case Study

Speaker: Tom Webster, D.Sc.
Dept. of Environmental Health, Boston University School of Public Health, Boston, MA USA

Event: Science & Policy of Flame Retardants and POPs in China and the US

April 21, 2015

Jian Guo Garden Hotel
Beijing, China…

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