About the Authors
Liz Armstrong co-wrote Whitewash (Harper Collins, 1992), which focused on the problems of chlorine bleached paper products. She is principal author of Everday Carcinogens: Stopping Cancer Before it Starts (background paper for the 1999 McMaster Conference: www.sto-cancer.org). She was co-founder of both the Women’s Environmental health Network and the Breast Cancer Prevention Coalition, and is Co-Chair of Prevent Cancer Now. (www.preventcancernow.ca). She lives in Erin, Ontario.
Anne Wordsworth is an environmental researcher and writer and a former producer for CBC’s Health Show. She is author of Best Practices Review: Primary Prevention of Exposures to Occupational and Environmental Carcinogens for the Canadian Strategy for Cancer Control (2005). She lives in Toronto and Turkey.
Guy Dauncey is an author, speaker and organizer who works to develop a positive vision of a sustainable future, and to translate that vision into action. He is author of Stormy Weather: 101 Solutions to Global Climate Change (New Society Publishers, 2001) and other titles, and publisher of EcoNews, a monthly newsletter that promotes the vision of a sustainable Vancouver Island. He is founder and series editor of The Solutions Project, President of the BC Sustainable Energy Association, and Co-chair of Prevent Cancer Now. He lives in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. His website is www.earthfuture.com.
Other books by Guy Dauncey:
Stormy Weather: 101 Solutions to Global Climate Change, by Guy Dauncey with Patrick Mazza (NSP, 2001)
Enough Blood Shed: 101 Solutions to Violence, Terror and War, by Dr. Mary-Wynne Ashford with Guy Dauncey (NSP 2006)
Building an Ark: 101 Solutions to Animal Suffering by Ethan Smith with Guy Dauncey (NSP, Fall 2007)
Earthfuture: Stories from a Sustainable World, by Guy Dauncey (NSP, 1999)
After the Crash: The Emergence of the Rainbow Economy (Greenprint, 1988, 1996)
The Unemployment Handbook (National Extension College, 1981, 1987) (Out of print)