Truth About Mold

Global Network

Global Network

The people who have been harmed by mold and indoor contaminants and many of the leading experts in this field have joined together.  They have united to share their collective knowledge, expertise and life experiences to advance the understanding and awareness of this very important public health issue.

The Global Indoor Health Network is a dedicated group of scientists, physicians, researchers, building engineers, indoor air quality experts, industrial hygienists, attorneys, teachers, injured workers, advocates and others who are working together to promote healthy indoor environments in homes, schools and businesses.

Be sure to read the GIHN Position Statement titled:

Common Toxins in Our Homes, Schools and Workplaces

The Global Indoor Health Network released their updated position statement on December 17, 2012. Be sure to read the new section titled "Global Burden of Indoor Air Contaminants." 

As stated in the paper:

It is time to move beyond the focus of “establishing the fact of mold disease,” because it has already been established in numerous research papers and in the treatment of thousands of patients. It is time for our national and world leaders to develop a comprehensive public health response to this devastating epidemic that has the potential to cripple our individual and collective futures.

Click here to read the GIHN Position Statement.
Global Indoor Health Network
Here's one of the most common questions we receive from people who contact us:

Why Doesn't the Government Do Something About Indoor Air Pollution?

Click here for the answer.
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