Protecting our Babies in Utero and Cradle to K From the moment I first learned of the Bright Cities program, I knew it would be a great fit for the City of Minneapolis. In 2014, Mi...
Implementing a Pesticide-Free Campaign For the past year, SLCgreen (the Sustainability Department of Salt Lake City, UT) has been pleased to partner with the Bright Cities program...
Newest data shows that hormone-disrupting chemicals called phthalates are still widely present in the bodies of women of childbearing age.
Car seats currently on the market contain toxic flame retardants. But, change is on the horizon. What parents can do right now to keep baby safe.
In time for holiday shopping, the Mind the Store campaign’s Retailer Report Card takes a look at the safer chemical policies at major stores. Where does your favorite store rank?
Science has proven there is NO safe level of lead exposure. 40 years ago, we reduced children's blood lead levels to 95% — what will it take to get us to 100%?
In most major cities, less than 15% of voters turn out to vote in mayoral elections. Unless we vote, how can we ensure our local officials support policies that protect our babies?
Parents and daycares take note: testing reveals that some nap mats contain toxic flame retardant chemicals. Learn how you can reduce the risk.