September 22nd, 2021
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The Environmental Citizen is for people who want to help meet the challenge of how to live within the biosphere without harming it, and thus protect ourselves, other living things, future generations, and the source of all wealth and value that we hold dear. It builds on topics in the text Developing Sustainable Environmental Responsibility but is addressed to anyone interested in what each individual can do on their own, as members of the societies in which they live, and as members of the universal group - the human race.
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Rick Reibstein teaches environmental law at Boston University and Harvard’s Summer School. He has helped develop toxics use reduction policy and assistance practices for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and has served as an attorney for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). He has trained businesses and governments in developing programs for pollution prevention, compliance assistance and environmental performance improvement. He initiated the Massachusetts Environmentally Preferable Purchasing program, founded two Business Environmental Networks and is an individual winner of the EPA’s Environmental Merit Award (2000). Reibstein has published in Pollution Prevention Review, the Environmental Law Reporter, the International Journal of Cleaner Production, the Journal of Industrial Ecology, and the Journal of Ecological Economics, as well as producing many reports, guidance and proposals as a state official.
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