POPs Pollution info related to all of us, and specific to the people of Akwesasne in New York’s North Country

Minimizing Harm to Human Health Resultant from Persistent Organic Pollutants Contamination of the Environment: Focus on Akwesasne (excerpt from) POPS Cancer Hazard website Contamination of the Global Environment [The impact of POPs Pollution on all of us…] During the past 100 years the manufacture and use of certain halogenated hydrocarbons has gradually led to the […]

World Health Organization Recommends POPs Exposure Minimization Effort for Protection of All Children

“We are on the threshold of establishing new paradigms for public health protection that will bring an end to careless chemical use by corporations.”-Donald L. Hassig How can you help address these issues with your family? In your community? By lobbying politicians? There are harmful and cancer-causing chemicals which travel through the air and through […]

Information on Persistent Organic Pollutants PLUS press conference about POPs and NY State government

Persistent Organic Pollutants are chemical substances that appear in the air, and in animal fat. POPs is a nickname for these harmful pollutants. Cancer Action New York studies the problem of POPs. The organization attempts to get various layers of government to acknowledge the reality of POPs,  to take logical steps to reduce POPs, and […]

Dancing for Environmental Revolution: Thurs 6/30 at 1pm in Canton, NY

from a Media Advisory: Dancing for Environmental Revolution Late in the Days of Cancer Epidemic in the USA: A Cancer Action NY Call for Total Global Spiritual Environmental Revolution Thursday, June 30th, 2011 at 1:00 PM New York State Department of Health, District Office, Canton, New York USA

If you are free Thursday afternoon: Great chance to support “Cancer Action”

KW: Don Hassig is an environmentalist from upstate, New York. I find his work to be eye-opening. He has very unique angles and proposals. A main focus is to empower people and government to acknowledge that environmental factors cause cancer, and take action to reduce risk. Many years ago Don was among the nominees vying […]

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