Green Street Radio with Patti & Doug Wood is produced by Grassroots Environmental Education, a non-profit organization with a mission to educate the public about the links between common environmental exposures and human health.
At Green Street Radio, our mission is to provide you with science-based information and practical solutions you can use to protect yourself and your family from many common environmental exposures, and to protect and preserve our natural resources for the next generation.
Wireless Radiation and Human Health with Dr. Devra Davis
On this edition of Green Street, Patti and Doug talk with renowned epidemiologist and author Dr. Devra Davis about her work investigating the relationship betweenRF radiation from wireless devices and its impact on human health.
The Green Street Baby Show with Patti Wood
On this edition of Green Street, Patti and Doug talk about the special concerns of women who are pregnant, and how to avoid exposing your new baby to toxins in the environment.
EMS and Wireless Radiation Part II
On this edition of Green Street, Patti and Doug continue their conversation with medical writer Susan Foster and attorney Scott McCullough about electromagnetic sensitivity (EMS), how it interferes with the lives of affected individuals and what government programs or laws might be used to seek protection and accommodation.
EMS and Wireless Radiation Part I
On this edition of Green Street, Patti and Doug talk with medical writer and EMS advocate Susan Foster and telecommunications attorney Scott McCullough about EMS, how exposure is affecting an increasing number of people, and what is being done for those who are suffering.
Grill, Baby, Grill with Denise Snyder
It's summer and everyone loves to eat and cook outdoors! On this edition of Green Street, Patti and Doug talk with nutritionist and dietician Denise Snyder of Duke University about how to safely cook foods over an open flame.
Speaking for the World with Vito Buonsante
On this edition of Green Street, Patti and Doug speak with attorney Vito Buonsante of IPEN - the International Pollutants Elimination Network - about how he represents people in third-world countries who are bearing the brunt of plastic and other pollution from the rest of the world.