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February 15, 2016

Ellen Moyer
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Our guest Ellen Moyer is a writer, speaker, engineer, and environmental advocate whose mission is to help restore the environment and promote a healthier way for us to inhabit the Earth. Even as an eight-year-old picking up litter by the side of her road for five cents a bag, she was intensely aware of the beauty of the natural world and the threats to it caused by our way of life. A generalist with a big-picture view, Moyer has studied people in other times and places who have lived sustainably (or not), researching their food production, ecology, and social and cultural practices.
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Corporate Talk: Ellen Moyer
Ellen Moyer shares some eye-opening information about the chemicals that are in our food, our water and in our soil -things that you are probably not aware of, but need to know about. We were amazed by the wealth of information Ellen was able to provide during out chat, and we hope you will be too.
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Ellen Moyer
Ellen Moyer is an environmental engineer who has worked at her own consulting practice in western Massachusetts since 2004. She has a B.A. in anthropology, M.S. in environmental engineering, and Ph.D. in civil engineering. As a registered professional engineer and U.S. Green Building Council LEED Accredited Professional with 30 years of experience, she works for public and private clients remediating soil and groundwater contamination and preventing new environmental problems. She co-presented more than 100 seminars in North America and Europe about remediating soil and groundwater contaminated by volatile organic compounds. Professional publications include more than 25 articles and two books. She writes on sustainability issues for The Huffington Post and is currently working on her third book, for a non-technical audience, about how to have fun creating a sustainable world.

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