Yes, there is a link between toxic chemicals and breast cancer. "The researchers concluded that exposure to certain chemicals in the womb, during puberty, and through pregnancy all increase the risk of developing breast cancer later on." ... See MoreSee Less
Great news! This week the State Board of Health voted to move forward with drinking water standards for cancer-causing nonstick chemicals! It's a huge step towards protecting residents from these toxic chemicals in drinking water. Thank you to everyone who raised their voice to ask for strong standards! You were heard! ... See MoreSee Less
Good news! The Washington State Board of Health is moving forward to establish drinking water standards for cancer-causing PFAS chemicals. This is an important step to protect the health of residents ...
Washington State does not end at the Cascade Mountains. Eastern Washington is as much a part of us as half of our body. While Puerto Rico, Las Vegas, and California Wildfires have been seen on the news, the media has been silent about permission to open a smelter in Newport, Washington. Please spread the word to stop this environmental hazard that is hiding behind economic sanctions and a few hundred jobs. The EPA no longer exists; it is up to us to stand for clean air and water. ... See MoreSee Less
A special thank you to our lead sponsors, Beautycounter and Bedrooms & More Seattle, for their support of last night's successful Soiree for Science! It was a packed room and great night to celebrate science and fighting for stronger health protections! ... See MoreSee Less
Wow! We had an amazing, sold out, Soiree for Science event last night. Thank you so much supporters and partners for making the night so special! We honored the 2017 Environmental Health Champions - Sen. Kevin Van De Wege and Steve Gilbert - and YOU helped raise over $30,000 to continue the fight for a toxic-free future. THANK YOU! ... See MoreSee Less