Updated: Apr 7
by Lea ONeal, Publisher of Welcome Magazine
Dr. Noibi has put his name and reputation on the line fighting for environmental justice because Georgia is often near the bottom of the list of states when it comes to policies and programs that benefit the public health and welfare.
In early 2014, he and Emory University’s Gary Miller, Ph.D., conducted a podcast titled; “The Exposome.” The exposome represents all of the things we’re exposed to throughout life, taken together. Some scientists believe studying the exposome could help answer some big questions about what keeps us healthy—and what makes us sick.
Dr. Noibi has dedicated his life to raising awareness of brownfields, (contaminated sites), air pollutants, environmentally sick houses, schools and public buildings as well as toxic mold and asthma related illnesses in children. We say, “thank you” to Dr. Noibi for his support of educational projects that increase the public’s awareness of environmental issues in Atlanta and across Georgia.