Rachel MasseyEmail: Rachel@turi.org
Phone Number: (978) 934-3124
Toxics Use Reduction Institute
The Offices at Boott Mills West
126 John Street, Suite 14 (2nd floor)
Lowell, MA 01852
Rachel Massey is Senior Associate Director and Policy Program Manager at the Toxics Use Reduction Institute at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Her work includes policy development and program management in Massachusetts, as well as international projects. Her projects include analyzing the impacts of chemical policy changes on Massachusetts businesses and communities; conducting policy analyses for changes to the TURA list of reportable substances; applying the lessons of the TURA program to chemicals policy development nationally and internationally; and analyzing opportunities for improving information flow related to toxic chemicals in products. She is also involved in TURI’s work to reduce toxics at the community level. Rachel received a Master of Science in Environmental Change and Management from Oxford University and a Master of Public Affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University.
Rachel Massey, Heather Tenney, and Elizabeth Harriman (2012), “Higher Hazard Substances under the Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction Act: Lessons from the First Four Years,” New Solutions 21:3, 457-476. Available at http://www.chemicalspolicy.org/downloads/Masseyetal.pdf
Leo Trasande, Rachel Massey, Joe DiGangi, Ken Geiser, Abiola Olanipekun, and Louise Gallagher (2011), “How Developing Nations Can Protect Children from Hazardous Chemical Exposures While Sustaining Economic Growth.” Health Affairs, 30:12:2400-2409.
Monica Becker, Sally Edwards, and Rachel I. Massey (2010), "Toxic Chemicals in Toys and Children's Products: Limitations of Current Responses and Recommendations for Government and Industry" Environmental Science and Technology Vol. 44, No. 21, pp. 7986-7991. Available at: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/pdf/10.1021/es1009407
Rachel I. Massey (2010), "Program Assessment at the 20 Year Mark: Experiences of Massachusetts Companies and Communities with the Toxics Use Reduction Act (TURA) Program," Journal of Cleaner Production. V. 19 n. 5
Rachel Massey, Janet Hutchins, Monica Becker, and Joel Tickner (2008), Toxic Substances in Articles: The Need For Information (Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers). Also available at: http://www.norden.org/pub/sk/showpub.asp?pubnr=2008:596