On October 21, please join us at The Riley School in Rockport for a screening of the shocking new film “The Devil We Know." Hailed by Variety as “a riveting tale of long-term irresponsibility and injustice,” the film unravels one of the biggest public health scandals of our time.
Join us on November 29 to celebrate work that brings together diverse people creating common-sense solutions toward a healthy and toxic-free future, with justice for all!
Following months of public pressure, major DIY retailer Lowe’s announced that it would end sales of paint stripping products containing two deadly toxic chemicals.
In a circular economy, renewable, plant-based—biobased—materials are used instead of wasteful and toxic petrochemical plastics. In a circular economy, the products we use every day come from sustainable sources and replenish the earth at the end of their usable life.
Trump’s Environmental Protection Agency has issued dramatically weakened chemical safety rules. And so we've joined two lawsuits challenging the Trump EPA.
As we wrap up our fifteenth year, we remain dedicated to the children and families of our home state of Maine while also expanding our reach nationwide. We’re moving people and partners to work for what’s good for everyone: health, jobs, and justice. Thanks to your support, we get it done.