New study found that infants in homes where cleaning products were frequently used were more likely to develop asthma by the time they turned three. Learn how to keep kids safe from toxic cleaning products.
Articles by Diane MacEachern
Like mercury and lead, flame retardant chemicals are “hit-and-run” because once a child is exposed to them; the damage they cause cannot be reversed.
A mom reflects on everything she’s learned from activist Jane Fonda.
A mom reflects on everything she’s learned from climate activist, Greta Thunberg.
In the film, “Dark Waters” attorney Bill Bilott, played by actor/activist Mark Ruffalo, uncovers a dark secret that connects a growing number of unexplained deaths to one of the world’s largest corporations.
Trump’s EPA is failing to set reasonable risk levels for exposure to methylene chloride – a lethal toxic compound. Workers who use this paint stripper are at risk.
These 6 Facebook pages link to real news events and solid, fact-based science.
There are hundreds of cities and counties around the world declaring a “climate crisis” or “climate emergency” as a way to mobilize leadership and resources. Learn how to get to your community engaged.
Dr. Jane Goodall and the Interfaith Rainforest Initiative, a global effort to mobilize the world’s religions to help stop tropical deforestation, come together to halt climate change.
Our future voters will register to vote when it’s their time, but many are inspired to do more right now. Here are 10 things you and your kids can do to help solve the climate crisis and protect the future.
With the kids heading back to school, and parents getting back into the swing of things, here are some significant developments about air pollution and climate change that you may have missed while you stepped away from the news cycle.
While smoggy particles and carbon dioxide are still primary sources of air pollution, much concern has turned to airborne plastic, too. Here’s how plastic becomes an air pollutant, why plastic pollution is an increasing problem, and what parents can do about it.