Treating the cause, not the symptom. Zil-E-Huma Lodhi outlines sources of pollution and methods of prevention. “It took years to contaminate our world, now it will take time and effort to clean up the mess. Prevention will not occur in a day but we surely can contribute something every day to accelerate this process.” Science and Technology Corner – Environmental Health, March 5, 2003.
There’s a course for that. Katie Patrick describes the then-new AU course, which has since been revised and renamed as Fighting Back for the Health of It: Sociology of Environment and Health. “This course, which examines key issues in environmental health, also addresses the potential links between industry toxins, such as pollution, and evidence of diseases in our environment. ” Course Exam – SOCI 348: Sociology of Environment and Health, January 20, 2006.