Welcome to PSR's Environmental Health Policy
Institute, where we ask questions -- then we ask the experts to
answer them. Join us as physicians, health professionals,
and environmental health experts share their ideas, inspiration, and
analysis about toxic chemicals and environmental health policy.
- The Final Institute November 20, 2014
- Food and Water Safety September 22, 2014
- Childhood Cancer June 24, 2014
- The Costs of Disease April 18, 2014
- Male Infertility February 26, 2014
- Flame Retardants December 13, 2013
- Risk Assessment and Chemicals November 19, 2013
- Preemption of State Chemical Reform October 18, 2013
- Fracking Revisited August 5, 2013
- Federal Chemical Policy Reform June 28, 2013
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Bobbi Chase Wilding, MS
Deputy Director, Clean & Healthy New York
Bobbi Chase Wilding has more than a decade of experience in the environmental health movement. She serves on the Advisory Board for New York State's Pollution Prevention Institute and is part of the Interstate Chemicals Clearinghouse planning committee. Previously, she co-led the Emerging Technologies and Fenceline Action Workgroups for a global collaborative of over 250 individuals and organizations working to change the rules of the game around chemicals policy. For this collaborative, she helped organize the 2006 “Environmental Justice for All” tour of contaminated communities. She designs and publishes the websites of Clean and Healthy New York and the JustGreen Partnership as well as Clean and Healthy New York materials.
She previously worked for NYPIRG and Citizens' Environmental Coalition, including as Associate Director for four years. While at CEC, she developed the interactive-map-based www.ecoTHREATNY.org and wrote Environmentally Safe Hospitals, and Environmental Racism in New York State. Bobbi earned her BS in Environmental Science and her MS in Ecological Economics, Values and Policy, from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. She lives in Cobleskill, NY, with her husband, Dave and two daughters, Ananda and Madeleine.
Strong public policy and market transformations: The one-two punch for toxics reform, May 17, 2012