s for all the wonderful work you guys do here in California
What does "Regulations ought to make things regular" mean? Seems like it means pollution and destruction is the status quo.
Shopping for a baby or small child? Here is some essential info from the national Getting Ready for Baby Campaign to keep your little one safe from the toxic chemicals in so many children't products. Please pass this on!
A million Californians lack access to safe and affordable drinking water. Visit fundsafewaterca.org to find out more.
Microfibers are one of the worst forms of plastic pollution. Its going to be difficult to stop. Thank you California Assembly Member Richard Bloom for taking the first step in alerting the public and giving them an option for reducing this scourge.
GreenLatinos, Hip Hop Caucus & Children's Environmental Health Network respond to President Trump's infrastructure scam that fails to address our drinking water needs - and actually puts more water at risk by weakening clean water protections.
Proud that CWA is sponsoring one of the California bills to keep toxic chemicals out of food packaging. This is an interesting read and may give you hope given federal inaction
This is why Senator Bill Monning's bill, SB 623, is so important, to create a safe and affordable drinking water fund. Show your support at fundsafewaterca.org
Kudos to folks in Washington State for doing this. We're working on it too in California-if these dangerous chemicals are in food packaging, it should be posted on the package so you can avoid them:
The groundwater picture in the Cuyama Valley is changing fast. But how can we make sure that community voices are incorporated in the sustainability planning process? Check out our latest film to find out more.
People who take away information from the American public are dangerous in the extreme
While you consider this, remember that what you should trash is your Teflon pans. Teflon includes PFAS chemicals (per and poly-fluorinated alkyl substances that are highly toxic, migrate into food, and are moving through the environment. They've even been found in the blood of polar bears. And they don't break down -- pretty much ever. So consider them hazardous waste and protect yourself. Meantime, CWA is working to eradicate these chemicals for you.
We're quoted in this very important story on groundwater regulation...