Environmental Working Group

Lifetime of drinking California water could raise cancer risk, study finds | US news | The Guardian

“The study found traces of arsenic, hexavalent chromium, and disinfection byproducts in the water systems. All of these contaminants are regulated federally and on a state level. Trace amounts of some are legally allowed in the water. But the study found that a majority of the cancer risk was due to the cumulative effect of […]

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Environmental Working Group (EWG) event in San Francisco February 1st, 5:30pm to 7:30pm

This is the amazing organization that does chemical analysis of pesticide residue, researches toxins in beauty products and publishes the “dirty dozen” foods with highest pesticide concentrations. Their work has rippled through the world to educate, inform and contribute to better health. Here is the Dirty Dozen list: https://www.ewg.org/foodnews/dirty-dozen.php   You’re Invited After-hours with EWG VERIFIED™:

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When $ rules politicians: House Farm Bill Could Wipe Out Communities’ Power to Prohibit Pesticides

When money rules our politicians, short term corporate profits come before families and their children’s health. Health over corporate profits! SWAMP WATCH: House Farm Bill Could Wipe Out Communities’ Power to Prohibit Pesticides ByAndy McGlashen Environmental Health News for TRUTHOUT Published September 7, 2018 Environmental Working Group Alert: Action of the week: is lawmakers convene on Capitol Hill

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California Court Ruling Ends Decades of State Pesticide Spraying

California supports right to know for it’s citizens! Thank you to the groups who filed this lawsuit, big time heroes….. ““The judge has told the state that harmful pesticides simply can’t be sprayed indiscriminately, without robust consideration of impacts on people, animals and water,” said Bill Allayaud, California director of government affairs for the Environmental Working Group. “The ruling

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