Environment and Human Rights Advisory is a non-profit corporation chartered in the state of Oregon. Its work is to provide information and analysis services nationally and internationally to government agencies, private firms and environmental organizations regarding the human rights dimensions of their work.
One of our current projects is to help organize the Permanent People’s Tribunal on Human Rights and Fracking.
We also collect and publish personal narratives of those who have been directly impacted by adverse environmental events or conditions.
Please contact us for further information.
Thomas Kerns, emeritus Professor of Philosophy at Seattle Community College has taught online courses in Bioethics, Ways of Knowing and Environment and Human Rights. Dr Kerns is author of Environmentally Induced Illnesses: Ethics, Risk Assessment and Human Rights (McFarland, 2001), has lectured at World Health Organization Headquarters in Geneva and served as commissioner on the New Zealand People’s Inquiry into Aerial Pesticide Sprays Over Auckland (2006). Tom is also a Board member of Beyond Toxics.