Episode 23: Chemicals in Central America, Chemicals Everywhere. A Conversation with Alex Nading, Ph.D.

The Chemical Sensitivity Podcast

Apr 5 2023 • 50 mins

Check out Episode 23 of The Chemical Sensitivity Podcast!

The title is “Chemicals in Central America, Chemicals Everywhere.”

It features a conversation with Alex Nading, Ph.D.

Professor Nading teaches anthropology at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, in the US. He specializes in the impacts of pesticides and toxic exposures for people who work on sugarcane plantations in Nicaragua, climate change, and environmental health and activism.

You will Professor Nading explore:

  • The impacts of pesticides and other chemicals for people who work on sugarcane plantations in Nicaragua.

  • How we are all impacted by chemicals and toxins, no matter where we live.

  • Why there is so much denial about the fact the MCS is a real illness.

More information about Professor Nading’s research can be found here.

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