Pesticides are highly toxic substances whose typical intended use requires concentrated uncontained environmental release they are sprayed into the air poured into water applied to soils plants animals and foodstuffs and incorporated into household and workplace materials all pesticides harm nontargeted species and strains. Our childrens toxic legacy how science and law fail to protect us from pesticides during the 20th century hundreds of billions of pounds of pesticides were released to the global environment how are we exposed to them. Our childrens toxic legacy how science and law fail to protect us from pesticides annette m rossignol holly sherburne sherburne philippe a rossignol rossignol journal of public health policy volume 20 pages 500 502 1999cite this article. Browse our journals publish with us subscribe to our journals complete chicago package permissions and reprints statement of publication ethics open access at chicago chicago emerging nations initiative the university of chicago press books division chicago distribution center. Our childrens toxic legacy how science and law fail to protect us from pesticides en dcprovenance citation prepared by the library and information services group of the kennedy institute of ethics georgetown university for the ethxweb database en dcprovenance
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