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An Interview with Dan Goleman '68

Dan Goleman '68
Class of 1968 alums Dan Goleman and Nils Bruzelius talk about the need to get the word out about the ecological impact of the products we buy and consume, which is greatly facilitated by the Internet. (See links below.) Their hope is that better informed consumers will make more enlightened choices.

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Nils Bruzelius '68

Nils Bruzelius '68 is Executive Editor of the Environmental Working Group, a non-profit advocacy group that uses public information to protect public health and the environment. He's been a journalist for more than 40 years, and for most of that time was involved in reporting or editing coverage of medicine, science, and environmental issues. Until he joined EWG he was Science Editor at The Washington Post. Before that he spent 28 years at The Boston Globe, where he worked as a medical reporter, state political editor, specialists editor, Health/Science editor and finally Foreign Editor. He also had a one-year stint as an editor on the science desk of National Public Radio.


Additional Resources

Environmental Working Group Resources

 
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