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Resource | Safe Energy

Energy Efficiency Market Barriers

10 reasons why economically beneficial energy efficiency investments aren't made as often as they should be.

Resource | Public Health

Open Letter to Subway

Read our letter to Subway, signed by nearly 60 public interest, medical, public health, environmental and animal welfare organizations, asking them to phase out meats produced with routine use of antibiotics.

Tips to Avoid Toxic Flame Retardants

In the new report, Hidden Hazards, toxic flame retardants were found in 85% of baby products tested, including nursing pillows and car seats. These chemicals have been linked to cancer, hormone disruption, and nervous system harm. By being mindful with certain purchases, you can try to limit your family’s exposure to these dangerous chemicals and reduce your toxic body burden.

Tips for Data Breach Victims

The first defense against any kind of identity theft is to be vigilant about protecting your personal information by taking steps like creating secure passwords, installing anti-virus and anti-malware software, and shredding personal documents.

Toxic Tris Fact Sheet

Toxic flame retardant chemicals TCEP and TDCPP have been found in baby products and furniture. Evidence linking TCEP and TDCPP to cancer, reproductive problems, and developmental problems is concerning. 

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