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Toxics


Principal Spokesperson: mailto:

This issue crosses with that of health, waste managment and producer responsibility.

One: Published Policy

Two: The Evolving Plank version 2005

Toxics Plank

Three: Presenting Policy

1. Speaking Points

A list of "Sound Bites" that can be used by candidates

2. Platform Points

One Line Policy Statement

Planks

Thrust

Principle

Values
Ten Key Values

Stakeholder Advocates

3. Target

Target Audience

Benefits to Target Audience

4. Budgeting

Budget Implications

5. Public Relations

Stakeholders
Groups positively affected

Groups negatively affected

Parties

Edge

Positioning

Headlines/Messaging

Three Key Points

Worst Case, Best Case

Endorsements

Four: Background Material

1. Problems/Opportunities

ECO-NEWS October 2004 Eco Superior ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS
http://www.ecosuperior.com Better Plastics
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There are 210 different dioxins and furans. All dioxins have the same basic chemical "skeleton", and they all have chlorine atoms as part of their make-up. This is also the case with furans. These substances vary widely in toxicity. The one considered most toxic is referred to as 2,3,7,8-TCDD, or simply TCDD. see Dioxins and Furans
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Janathan Campbell, Health Consultant:
Dioxin is a powerful hormone-disrupting chemical.
See: What Is Dioxin?

2. Policy Detail

3. Supporting References

4. Federal Department


Five: Research Needed


  • The question
  • Documents and references
  • Working hypothesis
  • Application of hypothesis
  • policy plan