Monthly Archives: January 2023

Are Gas Stoves Really Responsible for 12.7% of Current Childhood Asthma Cases in the US?

The news has been full recently with stories about the risk of childhood asthma caused by natural gas stoves. As someone who specializes in risk assessment and has experience with indoor air chemistry this seemed like it was right up … Continue reading

Posted in Climate Change Politics, Risk Communication, Uncategorized | 9 Comments

Understanding Risk Assessment as a form of Sustainable and Green Remediation

One of my New Year’s resolutions is to write more posts that explain, in plain language, how our environmental regime in BC protects the public with respect to contaminated sites and to help clear up common misconceptions about contaminated sites. … Continue reading

Posted in Chemistry and Toxicology, Risk Assessment Methodologies, Risk Communication, Uncategorized | 3 Comments