A legal challenge to the aerosol poisoning is being mounted by the nation’s best constitutional and environmental legal team, led by the remarkable attorney Deana Pollard Sacks, who has more than 20 major legal publications, received international recognition, and has been cited in over 200 law review articles, treatises, federal and state-published court opinions (including the United States Supreme Court), practice manuals, and statutory annotations.
In addition, her publications have been cited in many prestigious journals, including the Harvard Law Review, the Yale Law Journal, the Cornell Law Review, the California Law Review, the Northwestern University Law Review, the University of Chicago Law Review, the Texas Law Review, and the University of Pennsylvania Law Review. Deana was a tenured law professor for many years and now pursues civil rights cases on behalf of the public.
We will be hiring a former evidence professor (with his own evidence book in its 4th edition, used in law schools) who is also a civil procedure expert (standing, procedural requirements, burdens of proof, and especially what gets into evidence – what evidence meets the standards in the industry). Our legal team also includes a former law professor who has become a renowned expert in environmental law, to name a few.
THE SEVEN GEN THEORY
Based on an ancient Iroquois philosophy that the decisions we make today should result in a sustainable world seven generations into the future. The Great Law of Iroquois Confederacy was first recorded between 1142 and 1500 A.D. and has been credited as being a contributing influence on the American Constitution, due to Benjamin Franklin’s great respect for the Iroquois system of government.
Generally used in regards to decisions being made about our energy, water, and natural resources, and ensuring those decisions are sustainable for seven generations in the future. It can also be applied to relationships – every decision should result in sustainable relationships seven generations in the futureGEN SEVEN
EYES ON UK SKIES- WHO IS RESPONSIBLE?
A STUDY ON THE DAMAGING EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTANTS
- Dementia and Cognitive Decline
- Cardiovascular morbidity
- Adverse Birth Outcomes
- Cognitive decline and dementia
- COVID-19 and air pollution
- Mortality associated with long- an short-term exposure to PM, NO2 and Оз
- Differential toxicity of particulat matter according to source ( composition
- Climate change, Net Zero carbo policies and air quality
- Health evidence related
- Environment Bill targets for PM2.5
- Indoor Air Quality
- Diabetes and metabolic syndrome
- Childhood asthma