Joel A. Tickner, Community Health & Sustainability
Environmental Health, Chemicals Policy, Pollution Prevention, Risk Assessment
Development of innovative scientific methods and policies to implement a precautionary and preventive approach to decision-making under uncertainty. Research and development of model long-term chemicals policies and application of the precautionary principle in environmental science and policy. Areas of teaching and research interests include regulatory science and policy, risk assessment, and cleaner production.
Educational Background2000 Sc.D., Cleaner Production and Pollution, Department of Work Environment Prevention, University of Massachusetts Lowell
1994 MSc, Environmental Studies, University of Montana
1989 BA, Spanish and Environmental Science, Colby College