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Dr. Paul Connett

 Dr. Paul Connett is a graduate of Cambridge University and holds a Ph.D. in chemistry from Dartmouth College.  In May 2006, he retired from his full professorship in chemistry at St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY, where he taught for 23 years. His speciality was environmental chemistry and toxicology.

Over the past 23 years his research on waste management has taken him to 49 US states and 50 other countries, where he has given approximately 2000 pro bono public presentations. Ralph Nader said of Paul Connett, "He is the only person I know who can make waste interesting." He has co-authored 6 peer reviewed articles on dioxin and numerous other articles on waste management. His latest article on this (Zero Waste and Sustainability) will appear in a book to be published in Italy in 2008. A series of videos Paul has produced
on Zero Waste can be viewed at

 Paul Connett by Stefano Mortellaro

Paul Connett has researched the literature on fluoride¹s toxicity for 12 years. He helped found the Fluoride Action Network (FAN) for which he is the Executive Director. He has given presentations at the International Society for Fluoride Research conferences in New Zealand, Germany and China; the Japanese Society for Fluoride Research; the American College of Toxicology; the US EPA; the US National Research Council; the CDC in Nanjing, China; the Joint Parliamentary Committee on Health and Children in Ireland, a parliamentary committee in the Knesset, Israel as well as to many citizens¹ groups in Australia, Canada, Ireland, Israel, New Zealand, the UK and the US.

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