Environmental Health Without Borders
Nov 11, 2015 - 02:00pm
Bob Custard, REHS, CP-FS
Environmental health is global by its very nature. Pollutants carried by air or water move readily across national boundaries. International trade puts products manufactured in many other nations in the hands of every U.S. consumer. A trip to your local grocery store’s produce or seafood department reveals foods harvested in dozens of different countries. Dining out in many cities now presents the opportunity to enjoy the unique cuisines and food products of many cultures.
Our global interconnectedness brings environmental health risks with it. To cite just a few examples ...
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