In December 2020, the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Legislative Caucus (GLLC) and the Center for Scientific Evidence in Public Issues of the American Association for the Advancement of Science co-hosted a series of virtual roundtable discussions on per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and drinking water. The two-part series consisted of a background information session to prepare for a second session exploring policy options for addressing this widespread problem that affects drinking water in the Great Lakes region. Each session 90-minute session included a panel discussion with experts, a robust Q&A period, and opportunity for discussion.
The recordings and materials from the sessions are available below.
What Our Members Said
“It was a very informative session. The material was new to me, and I walked away with knowledge and many more questions about how to move forward with the issue.”
“Thank you for these great, informative sessions.”
“Thank you for all the information provided. I need to review it and determine how we can address the problem in our state.”