Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Getting to know the ground-breaking man behind the incredible "All Natural Skin Cream" I proudly carry at Eva Therese Studios!

Getting to know the ground-breaking man behind the incredible "All Natural Skin Cream" I proudly carry at Eva Therese Studios! 

More and more people are enjoying the amazing all natural skin cream I sell from my studio...here is a more in depth look at the career of the man behind the cream, to further understand the knowledge behind this product!! 
HANS MARTIN, PH.D.
Early in his career, Dr. Martin was a research scientist specializing in studies of the atmosphere in Australia [CSIRO], in the USA [Argonne National Laboratories] and in Canada [Environment Canada]. In 1979, Dr. Martin was appointed Senior Scientific Advisor on acid rain and related issues. He was one of the principal authors of the Canada/USA Memorandum of Intent documents (acid rain), the senior scientific authority during the negotiation of the Canada/USA Acid Rain Agreement and a member of the Canadian delegation during negotiations of the air-pollution control protocols for sulphur, nitrogen and volatile organics under the UN-ECE Transboundary Air Pollution Agreement. In 1987, Dr. Martin was appointed Director of the Air Quality Research Branch of Environment Canada where he initiated new research initiative in Stratospheric Ozone (the high arctic stations), Air Toxics (Great Lakes Program and the circumpolar Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program), and climate change (the national monitoring network). In 1995, he joined the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade and was posted to Bonn, Germany where he was Science attach√© at the Canadian Embassy. Since retiring in 1998, Dr, Martin has been awarded national and international consulting contracts primarily dealing with toxic chemical and climate change issues.  Dr. Martin has served on the board of directors of the Canadian Institute for Research in Atmospheric Chemistry and the International Air Quality Advisory Board of the International Joint Commission. He has published over 30 scientific papers, edited three books, presented over 50 conference papers and given talks, seminars, lectures and interviews extensively.
 Recent Major Publications
 Co-author “Climate Change Impacts on Boundary and Transboundary Water Management” (2003, 287 pp) for the Adaptation Liaison Office of Natural Resources Canada (Climate Change Action Fund).
 “The Long-Range Transport Of Toxics Into The Great Lakes Basin - Current Scientific Understanding And Future Priorities” (2003, 50 pp), a review and evaluation for THE GREAT LAKES BINATIONAL TOXICS STRATEGY Air Program Office, Environment Canada.
 "UNEP /GEF Regionally Based Assessment of Persistent Toxic Substances, Region II - North America" (2003, 160 pp) for the Commission for Environmental Cooperation, Montreal, Canada.
 "UNEP /GEF Regionally Based Assessment of Persistent Toxic Substances, Region I - Arctic" (2002, 150 pp) for the office of Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program (AMAP), Oslo Norway.
 "Climate Change in The Bahamas? Evidence in the Meteorological Records", Hans C. Martin and P. S. Weech (2001), Bah. J. of Science, 8, p. 22.
 "The Effects of Climate Change: Hydrometeorological and Land-Based Effects in the Bahamas" (2000, 56 pp), for the Bahamian Government. This study contributes to the Bahamian National Communication to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.
 Co-author "Water Sector: Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Change" (2000, 142 pp) for the Adaptation Liaison Office of Natural Resources Canada (Climate Change Action Fund).
 Awards
 The Head of the Public Service Award (2001)
Governor General's Medal (1993)
Federal Government Citation of Appreciation (1991)
Federal Incentive Award (1984)
Post Graduate Fellowship (4 years, 1960-1964)
Dean's Honour List (1959, University of Western Ontario)
Fort Gary Legion Scholarship (1954)
Governor General's Medal (1954)

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