Paul Adrian Brodeur
Paul Brodeur has been a staff writer at the New Yorker magazine for the past 34 years.
In 1968, he alerted the nation to the massive public health hazard posed by asbestos, and has written four books on the subject. His pioneering articles on the destruction of the ozone layer by man-made chemicals won an award from the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
His three-part series of articles on the health hazards associated with the electromagnetic fields given off by power lines won a public service award in 1990 from the American Society of Professional Journalists. These articles have been published in a book entitled "Currents of Death: Power Lines, Computer Terminals, and the Attempt to Cover up their Threat to your Health".