Volume 20 Number 3 / 2010 of NEW SOLUTIONS

Volume 20 Number 3 / 2010 of NEW SOLUTIONS: A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy is now available on the baywood.metapress.com web site at http://baywood.metapress.com. This issue contains: Join Us at The Drawing Board p. 285 Mara…Read More

New Solutions @ 20!

We're having an all day conference/celebration -- New Solutions is 20 years old! We'll be at the downtown Manhattan Brooklyn College Graduate Center for Worker Education on September 25. Co-sponsored by the Grad Center, NYCOSH, Working USA, and the New…Read More

Register for the New Solutions at 20 conference/celebration!

www.regonline.com/greening_the_workplace If you are planning to participate in the New Solutions @ 20 conference/celebration at Brooklyn College Graduate Center for Worker education on September 25, we would appreciate your registering -- It will help us in…Read More

New Solutions on Pump Handle

Dear friends, This month, Alice Shabecoff asks the important and as-yet neglected question: what will happen to the children of communities affected by the BP oil spill? While much attention has been placed on environmental contamination, less has gone…Read More

Conference New Solutions @ 20 Greening the Workplace: Problems and Possibilities

New Solutions, Brooklyn College Graduate Center for Worker Education, NYCOSH and Working USA invite you to Conference New Solutions @ 20 Greening the Workplace: Problems and Possibilities New Solutions, a Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health…Read More

Senate Confirms Moure as CSB Chair!

Rafael Moure-Eraso Nominee for Chair Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board confirmed last night Rafael Moure-Eraso is currently serving as a Professor and Graduate Coordinator for the Department of Work Environment in the School of Health and…Read More

Woolfson and Beck's book on Big Oil!

"Lies, damned lies, and statistics-just three of the techniques favored by the international oil industry in its attempt to present a friendly face. That the oil companies are more powerful than many of the states in which they operate, and are thus able to…Read More
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