Patrick Gwinn, senior managing scientist at Integral Consulting, will participate as an invited panelist at the Environmental & Energy Technology Council‘s (E2Tech) annual meeting and forum on November 19, 2015, in Portland, Maine. E2Tech is hosting “Risky Business: Floods, Fatalities and Fear,” a facilitated discussion on risk factors—from climate change to automobile accidents to bisphenol A in baby bottles. Panelists will share their thoughts on the relative risk of perceived threats to the environment, human health, and the economy. The audience will be asked to rank risks and threats and achieve consensus on a “Top 10” for Maine.
Panelists will include
Michael Belliveau, Executive Director, Environmental Health Strategy Center
Robert Gerber, Senior Engineer/Geologist, Ransom Consulting
Patrick Gwinn, Senior Managing Scientist, Integral Consulting
Diane Silverman, Senior Toxicologist, TRC
Andrew Smith, State Toxicologist & Director of Environmental and Occupational Health Program, Maine Center for Disease Control & Prevention
Mr. Gwinn has more than 25 years of environmental consulting experience, providing a broad base of expertise in the areas of human health and ecological risk assessment, fate and transport dispersion modeling, product stewardship, air toxics sampling, and hazardous waste management.
For more details on the forum, please see: http://www.e2tech.org/event-2069427
To learn more about Integral’s services, contact Patrick Gwinn at firstname.lastname@example.org.