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Rio + 20: “THE FUTURE WE WANT IS FREE OF ASBESTOS"

Rio + 20: “THE FUTURE WE WANT IS FREE OF ASBESTOS"
Reinstein: "Harnessing the Power of Social Media Advocacy"

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    • “Harnessing the Power of Social Media Advocacy” United Nations Rio + 20 People’s Summit Rio de Janeiro, Brazil June 15, 2012 LINDA REINSTEINAsbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO) President/CEO and Co-Founder linda@adao.us
    • Linda@adao.us
    • ALAN REINSTEIN Former ADAO President & Mesothelioma VictimMay 2005 May 2006 Linda@adao.us
    • Education. Advocacy. Community. www.adao.us Linda@adao.us
    • Asbestos is a human carcinogen and there is no safe level of exposure Linda@adao.us
    • Building a Culture of PreventionXIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work The International Social Security Association reported, the “cost- benefit potential for investments in prevention may be as strong as 1:2.2, and even higher in some cases. Linda@adao.us
    • Asbestos Exposure Continues Linda@adao.us
    • Top Five Producers (Metric Tons)Russia 1,000,000China 400,000Brazil 270,000Kazakhstan 210,000Canada 100,000
    • Top Five Users (Metric Tons)China 613,760India 426,363Russia 263,037Brazil 139,153Indonesia 111,848
    • Exporting an Epidemic “A global network of lobby groups has spent nearly $100 million since the mid-1980s to preserve the market for asbestos, a carcinogen now banned or restricted in 52 countries. Scientists say asbestos may cause up to 10 milliondeaths by 2030, with a mounting toll in the developing world.” Linda@adao.us
    • Safe Use is a Deadly Fallacy
    • No Boundaries, No BordersStudents and Families Protesting in Bihar, India Linda@adao.us
    • Collaborative Activism Civil Society Private Sector Government Linda@adao.us
    • Global Mobile GrowthSource: ITU World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators database Linda@adao.us
    • Social Media Timeline (2004-2011) Linda@adao.us Linda@adao.us
    • Connecting Through Technology Linda@adao.us
    • 21st Century Activism Linda@adao.us Linda@adao.us
    • Rio+Social Linda@adao.us
    • Education. Advocacy. Community. Linda@adao.us
    • Education Linda@adao.us
    • Education Linda@adao.us
    • Advocacy Linda@adao.us
    • Community Linda@adao.us
    • Blogs Linda@adao.us
    • Translate & Share Linda@adao.us
    • Together, change is possible. Linda@adao.us