Osgoode’s Dayna Scott on the op-ed page. Here’s Dayna’s SSRN page. She’s a co director of the National Network on Environments and Women’s Health,and recently wrote a guest post here on the blog. In the Globe, she calls the Federal government to task for their approach to toxic substances. I always appreciate Dayna’s feminist analysis. She never ignores class and race factors. Plus she is always up for a fight or a laugh.
….by and large, women bear the burden of this regulatory failure, because they’re the ones doing the household shopping and making most of their families’ consumption choices. The most privileged might even be able to buy the right containers and the fresh produce to make their own soups from scratch, but we need a system that protects everyone – not just those with the resources, time, education and knowledge to be “savvy” green shoppers.