EPA estimates that emissions from these airplanes account for about 70% of lead released into the air.
A coalition of five public health advocacy organizations petitioned the Food and Drug Administration to revoke its approval to use the harmful color additive titanium dioxide in food.
The massive fire at an eastern Indiana recycling plant last week that has forced evacuation orders for more than 2,000 people is only the latest illustration of those in power’s willingness to sacrifice our communities to sustain their addiction to fossil fuels.
Our annual report and legacy of impact is now live.
CEH applauds the FDA’s decision to protect public health and children’s health by removing Juul products from the U.S. market.
Our 2021 Annual Report is hot off the press. Read all about our big wins!
CEH and M.H.P. Concerned Residents co-hosted a Community Gathering & Environmental Health Fair recently to support El Cajon residents’ efforts to organize around environmental justice, chemical exposure, and renters’ rights issues affecting their community.
Lawsuit Filed to Fight EPA Delay in Reducing Smog in 6 States With Some of Nation’s Worst Air Quality
Two environmental groups filed a lawsuit today to force the Environmental Protection Agency to require areas in six states to clean up harmful smog pollution.
From air pollution to the pandemic and climate change, the threats to our public health are many, but exciting collaborations like the one between CEH and CityHealth demonstrate that strategic partnerships can have far-reaching health and environmental benefits in cities from San Francisco to Dallas to New York.