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E Jeffrey Burke. Executive Director of the National Pollution Prevention Roundtable, the largest organization in the U.S. devoted to efforts to avoid, eliminate, or reduce pollution. He has given talks to industry, nonprofits, and governmental agencies throughout the U.S. as well as in Poland, China, South Africa, and Thailand… More >> Jeffrey Burke

E Arlene Blum. Her research was instrumental in banning Tris and Fyrol, two cancer-causing chemicals that were used as flame-retardants on children's sleepwear, as well as in banning the pesticide DBCP. She holds a doctorate in biophysical chemistry, and has taught at Stanford University, Wellesley College, and U. C. Berkeley… More >>

Arlene Blum

E Denis Hayes. As president of a foundation that built “the greenest commercial building in the world” and co-author of a book on the health and environmental harms (including air and water pollution) caused by industrial scale cattle operations, Hayes speaks on how pollution and toxics discharges can be reduced by improved building and cattle raising… More >>

Denis Hayes
E Jack Giampalmi. Former Director, Environmental Operations for Dow Chemical. In that role, he was responsible for the creation and implementation of a global environmental waste minimization business.
For The Conference Board, he was Director of the Townley Global Management Center for Environmental Health and Safety… More >>
Jack Giampalmi

E Elizabeth Grossman. She is the author of High Tech Trash: Digital Devices, Hidden Toxics, and Human Health, and of Chasing Molecules: Poisonous Products, Human Health, and the Promise of Green Chemistry. High Tech Trash was the first comprehensive, global investigation of e-waste and one of Booklist’s best books of 2006… More >>

Elizabeth Grossman

E Richard MacLean. An EHS expert in the corporate world who has held environmental, health and safety positions in four Fortune 500 companies, he was Manager of Environmental Protection for GE worldwide. He now runs an EHS consulting firm and directs the Center for Environmental Innovation, a university-based EHS research effort… More >>

Richard MacLean
E Ted Smith. As founder and Executive Director of the Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition, he has been a pathbreaker for toxics reduction and pollution prevention in the electronics industry. No other organization has done more to call attention to and improve the environmental health and safety practices of the electronics industry… More >>
Ted Smith

E Linda Mason Hunter. She has authored several books on green homes, including The Healthy Home: An Attic-To-Basement Guide To Toxin-Free Living. Articles on her work have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and Newsweek, and she has appeared on ABC's Good Morning America, CNN's Daybreak, and MSNBC… More >>

Linda Mason Hunter
E Rob Verchick. The Gauthier-St. Martin Endowed Chair in Environmental Law at Loyola University New Orleans School of Law, he is expert on toxics law as well as on environmental justice (race, poverty, gender, civil rights and the environment). Topics include environmental justice and toxics in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina… More >>
Rob Verchick
E Michael Castleman. The author of ten health books, his environmental health writing has appeared in Sierra, Mother Jones, and Men's Health. He speaks about the environmental causes of particular cancers, pollution contamination of breast milk, how endocrine disrupters threaten reproductive health, and the contaminant risks to children… More >>
Michael Castleman

E Annie Bond. She has authored five books on healthy and toxin-free homes and lifestyles, including Clean & Green and Home Enlightenment: Practical, Earth-Friendly Advice for Creating a Nurturing, Healthy, and Toxin-Free Home and Lifestyle. She founded and edited Green Alternatives for Health and the EnvironmentMore >>

Annie Bond
E Tom Rymsza. As founder and chairman of KP Products, he is a pioneer in the development of environmentally superior paper. His company manufactures paper from the kenaf plant. No trees, pesticides, or chlorine compounds are used. He is expert in eco-industrial development, nonwood fibers, and clean paper manufacturing… More >> Tom Rymsza
E Joel Robertson. He produced the first joint chemical industry and railway safety conference, and he has spoken to hundreds of audiences on railroad and hazardous materials safety issues. He has spoken in China and been an expert interviewee on ABC World News Tonight. He speaks on the safe rail transport of toxic and hazardous materials… More >> Joel Robertson

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