Monthly Archives: September 2012

Will You Speak Up about H.R. 3409? by Rebecca Mayer

Do you subscribe to the EcoWatch newsletter? We highly recommend it. Each issue highlights the latest news in environmental legislation and offers multiple ways to get involved to make your voice heard to representatives. For example, this week’s top news … Continue reading

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9 Ways You Can Reduce Global Warming – by guest blogger Emily Johnson

When done collectively with others in your home and neighborhood, these quick tips can make a huge difference in protecting our environment. The burning of fossil fuels, such as coal, gasoline, diesel, and oils, around the world are raising carbon … Continue reading

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Back to School Supplies – Harmful to your Kids? by Rebecca Mayer

The Center for Health, Environment & Justice just released a new report on toxic chemicals in children’s products. The Center tested 20 “back to school” items, and found that 15 of the 20 contained phthalate levels far above the federal … Continue reading

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