Guidelines for Sustainable Bioplastics

Contributors

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The Sustainable Biomaterials Collaborative gratefully acknowledges the generous contributions of the people listed below who helped develop the guidelines.*

 

Stan Eller, former Sustainable Biomaterials Collaborative Coordinator

Tom Lent, Guidelines Coordinator, Healthy Building Network

Michael Passof, As You Sow

Nishita Bakshi, As You Sow

Scott Smithline, Californians Against Waste

Charles Margulis, Center for Environmental Health

Mike Schade, Center for Health, Environment and Justice

Stephen Lester, Center for Health, Environment and Justice

Jack Macy, City of San Francisco

Beverley Thorpe, Clean Production Action

Tracey Easthope, Ecology Center of Ann Arbor

Mike Belliveau, Environmental Health Strategy Center

Lauren Heine, Clean Production Action

David Levine, Green Harvest Technologies

Gary Cohen, Health Care Without Harm

Ruth Stringer, Health Care Without Harm

Jan Stensland, Inside Matters

Jamie Harvie, Institute for a Sustainable Future

Marie Kulick, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy

David Wallinga, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy

Margaret Weber, Interfaith Center for Corporate Responsibility and Adrian Dominican Sisters

George Boody, Land Stewardship Project

Nina Bellucci, Moore Recycling Associates

Deborah Burd, National Campaign for Sustainable Agriculture

Tim Greiner, Pure Strategies

Peter Anderson, RecycleWorlds

Linda Meschke, Rural Advantage

Ted Schettler, MD, Science and Environmental Health Network

Reed Doyle, Seventh Generation

Martin Wolf, Seventh Generation

George Boody, Land Stewardship Project

Clinton Boyd, PhD, Sustainable Research Group

 

 

* Inclusion in this list does not imply full endorsement of each element of the current language. Organizations are included for identification purposes and do not necessarily imply organizational endorsement

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