Learn how plastic pollution harms our water and air, and find out ways you can reduce plastic use and pollution in your own life and home this Earth Day.
Read about the deadly chemical methylene chloride, found in paint strippers, that has caused fatalities in the U.S. The Trump Administration has refused to ban it due to industry pressure.
Read about a Pennsylvania mom who became an outspoken anti-fracking activist after her daughter’s health problems were traced to benzene exposure.
Learn how Scott Pruitt’s EPA is attempting to derail the process of risk evaluations for identifying potentially harmful chemicals.
Learn about The Great Healthy Yard Project, an effort to eliminate use of chemicals on lawns and gardens to protect our water supply.
Even after a young man died from the fumes from a deadly chemical found in paint strippers, Scott Pruitt’s EPA is postponing a proposed ban on the lethal substance.
Learn how Superfund and other toxic chemical sites are made more hazardous by climate change and extreme weather, and how states need to be prepared to deal with emergencies.
Check out our review of a new book by Leah Segedie called Green Enough: Eat Better, Live Cleaner, Be Happier (All Without Driving Your Family Crazy!). Great ideas for green living!
Read about the Xerces Society, and the work they (and you can) do helping protect pollinators and other insects that form the basis of our food chain.
Read about how single use plastic like bags and straws damages the environment, and the simple things you can do to reduce the waste this habit produces.
Read about the history of Tar Creek, an Oklahoma Superfund site which was one of the first in the nation and is still unresolved.
Thermal cash register receipts include a hidden health risk for consumers. Read how BPA and other chemicals on innocent-looking receipts can make us and our families ill.