The findings suggest that local leaders continue to prioritize health as they seek solutions to a diverse set of challenges — from a lack of affordable housing to mitigating the effects of climate change and extreme weather.
Following Concerns by Public Health Advocates and Members of Congress, EPA Orders Inhance Technologies to Stop Exposing Millions of Americans to Dangerous PFAS in Fluorinated Plastic Containers
Today, 70 organizations and community groups are calling on the EPA to deny The Chemours Company their request to import up to 4.4 million pounds of per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) waste from its facility in Dordrecht, Netherlands to the company’s plant in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
November is Native American Heritage month! This and all months, we celebrate and honor the histories, cultures, and contributions of Native American heritage.
Nearly a decade ago, the Center for Environmental Health took legal action to eliminate the use of a cancer-causing chemical commonly found in soaps and shampoos. Last month, CEH rediscovered it in three products being sold at dollar stores.