Are you concerned about climate change? Curious about the quality of your drinking water? Did you read an article on tobacco smoke and air pollution that left you wondering what it means for you and your family? If so, come out for an Environmental Health Forum next month and get answers from an expert!
Learn About the Environment & Ask Your Burning Questions
Timothy McAuley, Founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer of Consulting for Health, Air, Nature & A Greener Environment (CHANGE), is conducting a presentation on environmental contaminates, with an open forum to follow. He’ll provide a general introduction into environmental exposures, and then will open up the floor for questions.
If you’ve read conflicting articles about climate change or saw something on the news about talcum dust causing cancer and you’re wondering if you need to be concerned, this is your chance to find out more from someone who knows his stuff.
There is no need to register for the event, just show up with any environmental questions you may have. If you can’t attend the event, you can submit questions online to the CHANGE team by going to airqualitychange.com/contact.
About Timothy McAuley and CHANGE
In addition to having founded CHANGE, McAuley is an internationally recognized authority on air quality, monitoring, measurements, and quantitative and qualitative human health risk assessment and exposure assessment. He has a PhD in environmental science and engineering and has designed and implemented several air quality studies around the world.
CHANGE is based in Queensbury and is considered to be a leading organization in the environmental health industry. The organization is made up of environmental experts who guide industry leaders and governments into a healthier, greener world to live in.
This article is sponsored by Consulting for Health, Air, Nature & A Greener Environment.