HOME PAGENEXT PAGEPREVIOUS PAGETheo Colburn (1996)- MacKenzie MurphyThe former World Wildlife Fund scientist was recognized for her courage in advocating sound science in the face of strong opposition from industry. 1988 research on the state of the environment of the Great Lakes revealed that persistent, man-made chemicals were being transferred from top predator females to their offspring and undermining the construction and programming of their youngsters’ organs before they were born. Colborn’s widely-acclaimed 1996 book, Our Stolen Future, spurred global concern about chemicals that affect hormonal balances. Writing about the harmful affects pesticides like high levels of DDT, that may harm animals for generations.external image dr-theo-colborn.jpghttp://www.westonaprice.org/book-reviews/thumbs-up/396-our-stolen-future.html