Environmental Threats to Healthy Kids: A conversation with Daniel Goleman and the Collaborative for Health and the Environment

Daniel Goleman and Michael Lerner of Commonweal discuss the “neural ballet” of social intelligence, the sociability that connects us brain to brain with those around us, and the implications of both social and emotional intelligence for environmental health. What are the intersections of social and emotional intelligence with environmental contaminants? To what degree can social and emotional intelligence protect us from the cumulative impact of other forms of stress? Listen to the interview.

2 thoughts on “Environmental Threats to Healthy Kids: A conversation with Daniel Goleman and the Collaborative for Health and the Environment

  1. This is sort of a long shot, but I am writing to find out how I might communicate with Daniel on his project of “environmental intelligence”. This is a strong area if scholarship for me and I am fascinated with what Dr. Goleman might be thinking these days about this topic. I know he has a book coming out next spring but wondered if he might have biolographic info or whether he would be interested in any potential research collaborations. Mainly, what is the best way to contact, Dr. Goleman.

  2. I’am doing a college research paper on the effects on the environment of unborn embroys and how those elements play a major role in a child being ;predisposed for the schziophrenic gene? Can you please give me some great information on this subject. Student in training. Would appreciate any statistical informational that would back up your research. Thank you so much.
    Margarita Kent

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