Environmental Risk Factors Education

by World Naturopathic Federation
Environmental Risk Factors Education
Environmental Risk Factors Education
Environmental Risk Factors Education
Environmental Risk Factors Education
Environmental Risk Factors Education
Environmental Risk Factors Education
Environmental Risk Factors Education
Environmental Risk Factors Education
Environmental Risk Factors Education
Environmental Risk Factors Education

The World Naturopathic Federation started its social media campaign in June with the focus of educating the public on the risk of environmental pollutants. The areas that have currently been highlighted include:

The WNF is ulilizing Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. There have been over 30 posts on environmental pollutants with the following impact:
In the upcoming months the focus will be on wireless technology, heavy metals and other environmental pollutants and conditions associated with environmental pollutants such as endocrine disruptors and the impact on women's health.  We encourage you to follow the WNF social media and stay informed.
Thank you for the contributions that have supported this initiative.


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Environmental Concerns
Environmental Concerns

The World Naturopathic Federation continues to expand the information on its website Environmental Risk Factors.  The website now includes details on the following areas of environmental pollutants:

  • Food
  • Smoking
  • Electromagnetic Fields (EMF)
  • Plastics
  • Kitchen Products
  • Heavy Metals

The website also includes details on the microbiome and endocrine disruptors. Details on the website will continue to be expanded over the next few months.

The WNF has initated its social media campaign focused on educating the public on Environmental Pollutants. The social media part of this project will continue through 2022. The aim is to provide the public with the information that they require to live a healthy life free of environmental pollutants.


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The research and preparation of the World Naturopathic Federation's Environmental Pollutants website has been progressing nicely.  We are on track for our soft launch of the website at the end of March 2021.

We had initially planned to launch the first phase of the website last fall but due to the pandemic and the concern already on people's minds, the decision was made to wait and launch the first and second phase together.  We will doing a soft launch of the WNF Environmental Pollutants website which will provide access to information on environmental pollutants at home and work, pollutants that we are exposed to in the environment itself and pollutants in food and personal care products.

The WNF Environmental Pollutants video will also be part of the launch.  The WNF will be initiating the social media aspect of the project in late May. 

Thanks to those that supported the WNF Environmental Risk Factor's campaign we will be able to complete our project aimed at informing the public about enviornmental pollutants.

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We are pleased to announce that the funds raised in our GlobalGiving Environmental Risks Factors project have been used to create an animated video titled, "Understanding Environmental Pollutants".  This video has been translated into four languages.  Below is the link to the english animated video. 

In the next few weeks the WNF's website on Environmental Pollutants will be launched.  Together the animated video and website will go a long way to help the naturopathic profession educate the public on environmental pollutants.

Thank you to all of our donors that made this possible.  Thank you to GlobalGiving for their support in this initiative.

We look forward to our next fundraising initiative with GlobalGiving which will be support the WNF's focus on Community Clinics.



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WE MADE IT ! At the GlobalGiving June Accelerator, the World Naturopathic Federation WNF graduated as partner of GlobalGiving with our project Environmental Risk Factors Education. Now we can fundraise permanently on GlobalGiving to support projects of the naturopathic profession

It was a great experience and we raised more than $ 9,900 from 69 individual donors to fundraise research papers on key environmental risk factors based on where they come from, how they affect you and how to protect yourself, and launch projects including videos to educate the community. We will keep on promoting these projects here on GG.

THANK YOU - THANK YOU - THANK YOU      to our donors. YOU achieved reaching our goal being partners of the GlobalGiving Community !

Thanks to the GG team for all your support !!

See you soon, the WNF team

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World Naturopathic Federation

Location: Toronto, ON - Canada
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Twitter: @wnf_info
World Naturopathic Federation
Iva Lloyd
Project Leader:
Iva Lloyd
Toronto, ON Canada

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