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Neil Blyth radio interview

Friday 15 May 2009

By DesignAESSRA's International Chemical Sensitivity Seminar is being held in Melbourne today and, apart from shining a light on MCS, it's notable for being the first large-scale fragrance-free event in that fair city [see our news item from Saturday 9 May for more details about the Seminar].

One of the guest speakers at the seminar is Neil Blyth, an environmentally-conscious architect who was scheduled to give a talk entitled "Chemically Sensitive? How safe is your house?".

Two days ago, Neil was interviewed on By Design, a program on ABC Radio National.

The interview was prefaced with:

Chemically sensitive? How safe is your house? The average person spends approximately 60% of their time in the indoor environment. As we move to conserve energy in our houses we often need to close off the house -- but this means less air flow and more potential for a poor quality of indoor air.

You can hear the interview here:

You can download the audio file here (5.25MB).



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