A Decade of Science Informing Policy: The Story of the National Scientific Council on the Developing Child

Helping to change the conversation

From the website below:

This retrospective report tells the history of how the National Scientific Council on the Developing Child came to be, what its impact has been, how its members work, and why the Council has made a difference.

“For the past decade, a d

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Assessing the home environment to promote infant-toddler learning within everyday family routines

Keilty, B (2020)

From summary:

Research has demonstrated the importance of assessment and intervention that focuses on the social interactions, physical features, and temporal environments of everyday family routines that make up the child’s learning environment.

The social environment is the intera

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Impacts to flora and fauna from cell towers, wireless networks and non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation - VIDEO

A science, policy and law webinar from Environmental Health Trust

From the Trust:

The rapid proliferation of wireless antennas (including those on cell towers, 5G/4G small cells and rooftops) into national parks, wilderness, urban and suburban ecosystems is increasing the environmental levels of no

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