Join Robina Suwol at 26th Annual Pesticide Forum

Reclaiming Our Healthy Future: Political change to protect the next generation, the 26th National Pesticide Forum, will be held March 14-16, 2008 at the University of California, Berkeley.
Jan. 11, 2008 - PRLog -- Robina  Suwol,  Founder and Executive Director of  California Safe Schools(CSS), a nationally celebrated children’s  environmental health coalition founded in 1998 will address forum guests on Protective Policies and Effective Advocacy . Since founding CSS, Suwol has achieved national prominence as an environmental and children’s health activist. An articulate and compelling speaker, Suwol gives frequent presentations on school safety to parents, students, school officials and legislators

California Safe Schools is recognized for spearheading the most stringent pesticide policy in the nation at Los Angeles Unified School District (2nd largest in the nation) The policy called Integrated Pest Management (IPM), uses low risk methods to eliminate pest and weeds. The policy was the first in the United States to embrace the Precautionary Principle and Right to Know about pesticides used on school campuses. Today it has become the model for school districts internationally.

On October 6, 2005, Governor Schwarzenegger signed AB 405 ( Montanez) sponsored by California Safe Schools. This important law closes a loophole protecting more than 6 million California k-12 public school students, and hundreds of thousands of teachers and school employees from exposure to experimental pesticides whose health effects are unknown.

For further information:
Beyond Pesticides
phone: 202- 543-5450

For additional information:
California Safe Schools
Box 2756
Toluca Lake, California 91610

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