Why Doesn't the Government Do Something About Indoor Air Pollution?
With all of the research papers on the health effects of mold and other indoor air pollutants, why doesn't the government do something about it? This is one of the most common questions we receive at the Global Indoor Health Network. Our position statement provides detailed information in response to this question. The short answer is: Big Business says NO WAY.
Saturday, February 16, 2013(2 comments)
Global burden of indoor air contaminants on our economy
The Global Indoor Health Network (GIHN) announces its expanded and updated position statement titled "Common Toxins in our Homes, Schools and Workplaces." GIHN added an important, new section that presents statistics and financial costs of indoor air contaminants and the impact on our global economy.
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Common Toxins in our Homes, Schools and Workplaces
The Global Indoor Health Network is releasing its position statement highlighting the main threats to human health hidden in our homes, schools and workplaces. It is time for our national and world leaders to develop a comprehensive health response.
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
New Committee to Promote the Truth about the Health Effects of Indoor Contaminants
Millions of Americans have been harmed by molds, microbes and other contaminants inside their homes, apartments, schools and businesses. Many of these individuals and families have lost everything---their health, homes, personal belongings, jobs, financial security, their sense of safety, and their hope for the future. The research has been done. It's time to act.