Love Canal: and the Birth of the Environmental Health Movement

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The Rise of the U. Environmental health expert Kate Davies discusses the roots, strategies and successes of the environmental health movement. By placing human health at the center of concern, the movement has achieved many victories in community mobilization and legislative reform since it was born in when Lois Gibbs organized her neighbors to protest a toxic waste dump in Love Canal, New York.

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Kate Davies has been active on environmental health issues for 35 years in the U. Her new book, The Rise of the U. Environmental Health Movement is the first book to offer a comprehensive examination of the U.

ISBN 13: 9781597267922

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Over the years, Kate has served on the boards of directors of numerous environmental nongovernmental and governmental organizations in the U. Visit CHE for more information.


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Kate Davies, M. Over the years, Kate has served on the boards of directors of numerous environmental nongovernmental and governmental organizations in the U. Kate is faculty at Antioch University Seattle in the graduate program in Environment and Community and clinical associate professor at the University of Washington.

She holds a doctorate in biochemistry from Oxford University and a M. Kate has authored or co-authored numerous articles, book chapters, op eds and reviews.

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Love Canal: and the Birth of the Environmental Health Movement by Lois Gibbs

She lives on Whidbey Island in Washington state with her husband George. Full bio. Video Trailer for The Rise of the U.

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