Cabin Air Quality 2012 — A serious issue between Trivialization and exaggeration

“Ladies and gentlemen, Especially in recent times, have the reports of so-called “Smoke and Smell” events frequently, not only with Lufthansa, but all German Airlines. Many are college (internal) uncertainty about this and have legal questions about the whole issue. I will try-chen, take this text to the main topic. Much you will be aware…

Aviation Safety – Passengers’ Rights (Open Letter to Commissioner Siim Kallis (Vice President for Transport – European Commission)

OPEN LETTER Commissioner Siim Kallis Vice President for Transport European Commission 6 December 2012 Dear Commissioner Kallis, Aviation Safety – Passengers’ Rights Thank you for asking Mr Matthew Baldwin to respond, on your behalf, to my email of 28 October 2012. I would draw to your attention the recent comments from Holiday Travel Watch(1): ‘HolidayTravelWatch…

All in the Mind (BBC Radio 4)

11th December 2012: (Available to UK Residents Only) Organophosphates Government advisers on the Committee on Toxicity have been sent a new review on organophosphates which suggests that low level exposure causes damage to the brain and nervous system. Dr Sarah Mackenzie Ross, a neuropsychologist from University College London is one of the authors of the…

Organophosphate Resarch conducted by Dr Sarah MacKenzie Ross (University College London)

Neurobehavioral problems following low-level exposure to organophosphate pesticides: a systematic and meta-analytic review (Summary) 19th November 2012: Meta-analysis was carried out to determine the neurotoxic effects of long-term exposure to low levels of organophosphates (OPs) in occupational settings. Concern about the effects of OPs on human health has been growing as they are increasingly used…