All communities deserve a safe place to live, work and play, with the same protection from toxic chemicals.
Cancer and chemical contamination in Kentucky By Harold McDaniel My name is Harold McDaniel, and I’m a former employee of the chemical industry. I’ve called western Kentucky my home for over thirty years, and like many people who live in middle America, I’m a self-identified conservative. This belief is one of the reasons I strongly […]
We’ve got to hand it to the moms. For years, “green” mommas (including celeb Jessica Alba!) have been sharing tips on how to find and buy the safest, cleanest, greenest products for your family. Moms have been some of the biggest proponents of baby bottles and sippy cups that are free from the nasty endocrine […]
New Economic Analysis Shows Federal Chemical Policy Reform Would Promote Innovation and Jobs
Communities of color most at risk for health effects linked to chemical exposure
There is evidence that industrial pollutants are contributing to America’s obesity epidemic. While personal responsibility is important, we need to address other underlying issues that contribute to the problem.