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Our Stolen Futurea book by Theo Colborn, Dianne Dumanoski, and John Peterson Myers
 
 

 

 
 

Theo Colborn

Interview with Theo Colborn in the Japan Times. 28 October 2000.

Building Scientific Consensus on Endocrine Disruptors Editorial in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Vol., 17, No. 1, pp. 1-2, 1998 1998 SETAC

The Chemical Free Baby. State of the World Forum. 6 November 1997
Interview in Mother Jones, March/April 1998
Restoring Children's Birthrights. GLOBE International 12th General Assembly. 5-7 May 1997
 


 
 
 

Dianne Dumanoski

GEA Conference, Tokyo, Japan. A Humanity Crisis. 12 October 2001.

Harvard Seminar on Environmental Values: From The Land Ethic to the Uncharted Territory of Global Humanity. 15 December 1999.

Keynote Speech to Celebrate Launching the Graduate Program in Frontier Sciences at Tokyo University. November 12 1999
 
 
 


 
 
 

John Peterson Myers

Good genes gone bad. New science is opening the possibility that many of today's chronic diseases may be preventable.

The emerging science of endocrine disruption. With LJ Guillette, P Palanza, S Parmigiani, SH Swan and FS vom Saal.

Scientific Heaven, Regulatory Hell. International Symposium on Endocrine Disruption, Hiroshima, Japan. November 2002.

From Silent Spring to Scientific Revolution. An essay in San Francisco Medicine, November 2002.

Disrupting Life's Messages. Commentary in UNEP's Our Planet Magazine. February 2002.

Op-ed in the New Jersey Star Ledger on Bush's war on the environment. 11 April 2001.

At the invitation of the editors of The Anniston Star (Anniston, Alabama) I contributed an op-ed on Monsanto's PCB legacy in Anniston (25 February 2001). Solutia (the chemical descendent of Monsanto) criticized my essay, and the editors gave me an opportunity to respond. Solutia has since received more scrutiny in the press (Washington Post, front page 1 January 2002)

Speech to the Planned Parenthood Political Academy. Washington, DC. 12 July 2000.
Testimony to the House Appropriations Committee Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services and Education. 2 May 2000
Hormone Disruption and the Precautionary Principle. Scientific Briefing for UN POPs negotiations. Bonn, Germany. 22 March 2000
Progress on Endocrine Disruption International Symposium on Environmental Endocrine Disruptors '99
Japan Society of Endocrine Disruptor Research, Kobe, Japan, 11 December 1999
Toxic Chemicals and Public Health. Op-ed in The International Herald Tribune. 16 October 1999. co-authored with Michael Lerner.
Vested Interests Resist Scientific Findings. Op-ed on the Scripps Howard News Wire. September 1999
 


 

 

 

 

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