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Nature-Deficit Disorder

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The times I spent with my children in nature are among my most meaningful memories - and I hope theirs. (Louv, Richard - p.310)

We have such a brief opportunity to pass on to our children our love for the Earth, and to tell our stories. These are the moments when the world is made whole. In my children's memories, the adventures we've had together in nature will always exist. These will be their turtle tales.

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Richard Louv:

          keynote speech at the Coalition for Livable Future’s 4th ...

          Al Mohler comments on Richard Louv's book in Have Children

 

 

 

NWF Green Hour Forum

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Richard Louv has an interesting article about combatting childhood obesity...

 

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An Interview with Richard Louv: About Nature-Deficit Disorder'' (NDD)

 

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Infinite Mind (ISBN 0-9643988-1-8) 

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    Lead Linked to Aging in Older Brains

    Could it be that the "natural" mental decline

    that afflicts many older people is related to

    how much lead they absorbed decades before?

     

    That's the provocative idea emerging from some recent studies, 

    part of a broader area of new research that suggests some pollutants can cause harm that shows up only years after someone is exposed.

     

    The new work suggests long-ago lead exposure can make an aging person's brain work as if it's five years older than it really is.

    If that's verified by more research, it means that sharp cuts in environmental lead levels more than 20 years ago didn't stop its widespread effects.

     

    Linda Birnbaum, director of experimental toxicology

    at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, said infant mice exposed to chemicals like PCBs show only very subtle effects in young adulthood

    But more dramatic harm in areas like movement and learning appears when they reach old age.

     

    Animal studies also show clear evidence that being exposed to harmful substances in the womb can harm health later on, she said.

    For example, rodents that encounter PCBs or dioxins before birth are more susceptible to cancer once they grow up

     

    Yet another question:

    • Who really has to worry about long-ago lead affecting their brainpower?
    • What about people born after the high lead levels of the 1970s were history?
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