Director of Grassroots Environmental Education Patricia Wood joins women’s holistic health talk radio with host Irina Wardas on Wednesday, August 13th at 9:30 am PT / 12:30 pm
Topic for Discussion:
How to Reduce Our Exposures to Wireless Radiation
The live, Internet women’s broadcast and podcast streams from the host page
Patricia (Patti) Wood is founder and executive director of Grassroots Environmental Education www.Grassrootsinfo.org, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to educating the public about the health risks of common environmental exposures and empowering individuals to act as catalysts for change in their own communities. The organization uses science-driven arguments for clean air, clean water and a safe food supply and for stricter regulation of chemical toxins. Grassroots serves local and state governments, health care providers, school systems, community groups and other environmental groups and individuals nationwide.
As a Visiting Scholar at Adelphi University, Ms. Wood lectures on the environment and related health issues in the College of Nursing and Public Health. Ms. Wood is on the Governor’s Advisory Council for Sustainability and Green Procurement.
Ms. Wood is the co-producer of the documentary film “Our Children at Risk,” which explores the latest scientific research linking environmental toxins to children’s health problems. She is the author of “The ChildSafe School,” which promotes and provides a framework for a comprehensive approach to reducing environmental toxins in schools and “Helping to Heal,” a book for parents of children with life-threatening diseases. Ms. Wood is also co-creator of the web-based initiative, “How Green is My Town,” which addresses climate change, sustainability and environmental health on a local level. Patti and her husband, Doug, are co-hosts of “Green Street,” a radio show on WBAI (99.5 FM) in New York City that focuses on a wide range of environmental health issues.
Callers are welcome to join the conversation: (347)-857-4862
Suggested Interview Questions:
What is wireless radiation and how are we exposed?
What studies have been done and what do they suggest?
Since wireless radiation is all around us, how do we avoid it?
What if I work in an office with wireless routers?
What, if anything, is being done by our regulatory agencies about this?
Besides pregnant women, who are the most vulnerable to the effects of wireless radiation?
What devices emit wireless radiation?
Looking forward to your questions (347)-857-4862
Let us breathe, smile and dance at the end of the radio broadcast together.