Jane Bremmer, WA activist 0

Instrumental in WA’s Contaminated Sites Act, Jane has been an environmental health activist in WA for over 25 years. After suffering adverse health impacts from an historical huge waste oil pit near their home, Jane and her partner campaigned to have the site cleaned up and residents relocated. This work also provided an opportunity for many other(…)

Imogen Ingram, Cook Islands 0

Imogen is an indigenous leader and environmental activist with the Island Sustainability Alliance in the Cook Islands.      . She works on issues such as safer management of chemical contaminants, climate change impacts, including integrated water management and protection of water supplies from toxic chemicals and heavy metal and good governance leading to sustainable(…)

Dr Meriel Watts, New Zealand 0

A well known activist and specialist on pesticide, Meriel coordinates Pesticide Action Network (PAN) Aotearoa New Zealand, is Senior Science Advisor to PAN Asia and the Pacific, and Co-Chairs the POPs Pesticide Working group for IPEN (International POPs Elimination Network). She has published a number of books on pesticides, including Pesticides and Breast Cancer: A Wake(…)

Dr Rye Senjen, Melbourne

Rye Senjen is a longterm activist and researcher. She has been involved in a variety of issues over the last 30 years. She is internationally known for her work on nanotechnology and has also written on coal seam gas, bisphenol-A, sustainable flooring and the hazards of biochar.

Lee Bell, WA Researcher

Lee has been a high profile activist, researcher and commentator on toxics issues throughout Australia for 25 years.     . Lee specializes in contaminated sites, persistent organic pollutants (POPs), industrial emissions and hazardous waste consultation. He holds a Masters degree in Ecologically Sustainable Development and has lectured at Murdoch and Curtin University in Ecology(…)