The rapid exploitation and extraction of natural resources, the use and release of toxic substances, and physical alterations of the
environment have had substantial unintended consequences affecting human health
and the environment.
Some of these consequences of concerns are:
Immune System Diseases
Air, Water and Soil Contamination
We believe existing environmental regulations and other decisions, particularly those
based on risk assessment, have failed to adequately protect human health and the
environment - the larger system of which humans are but a part.
We believe there
is compelling evidence that damage to humans and the environment is of
such magnitude and seriousness that new principles for conducting human
activities. While we realize that human activities may involve hazards,
people must proceed more carefully than has been the case in recent
Corporations, government entities, organizations, communities, scientists and other individuals must adopt a precautionary approach to all human endeavors are necessary.