are held on the 3rd Sunday of every month.
May 21st, 2023 @ 2:00 pm
- building biology -
Zoom Meeting with Nicole Bijlsma
Our homes are making us sick. Systemic failures across multiple industries has created what can only be described as 'the perfect storm'. Nicole will explore what these factors are that have significantly increased the global population's exposure to toxicants, mould and man-made electromagnetic fields and provide simple tips on how to reduce our exposures.
Nicole is a Healthy Home Export or building biologist, She is a best bestselling author (Healthy Home Healthy Family) and founder of the Healthy Home (Building Biology) movement in Australia. She established the Australian College of Environmental Studies in 1999 to educate people about the health hazards in the built environment.
Nicole has lectured at tertiary institutions for 30 years, has published in peer reviewed journals and is regularly consulted by the media to discuss mould, electromagnetic fields and toxic chemicals, and lectures in Australia and abroad about environmental health issues.
Her research explores the impact of environmental exposures to toxicants and electromagnetic fields on human health and their ramifications for clinical practice.
Nicole Bijlsma PhD (pending), ND, BHScAc(HONS), Grad Dip OHS, Dip.Building Biology
Nicole can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org