Film Screening of ‘Living Downstream’ Monday, April 23 at Columbia College

CHICAGO—(ENEWSPF)—April 19, 2012.  Wondering what to do for Earth Month?  Attend Safer Pest Control Project’s free film screening of ‘Living Downstream’ on Monday, April 23 to learn about the links between pesticides, human health and environmental health.  Find out how you can protect yourself from pesticides exposure and what you can do to change pesticides practices in your community.

The event will include a question and answer session moderated by Safer Pest Control Project’s Executive Director, Rachel Rosenberg, with these notable experts:

  • Dr. Susan Buchanan – As Director of the Great Lakes Center for Children’s Environmental Health, Dr. Buchanan is a leading expert on children’s health regarding chemicals and environmentally related diseases.
  • Dr. Johnathan Higgins – Dr. Higgins is a Senior Aquatic Ecologist for The Nature Conservancy.  As a global water expert, he works to help sustainability manage freshwater systems for people and nature.
To learn more about the film, click here.
The screening will be held at Columbia College’s Ferguson Theater, 600 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago.
The mission of Safer Pest Control Project is to reduce the health risks and environmental impacts of pesticides by promoting safer alternatives.