06/2016

Ecology Center

To increase source-identified local food sales to institutions by identifying and overcoming logistical, technological, and market barriers via a pilot partnership among four small-scale food hubs surrounding Brattleboro, Vermont.

Environmental Health

$100,000
06/2016

Environmental Health Strategy Center

To develop a market-based campaign educating consumers about the dangers of phthalate contamination of popular dairy products in order to persuade the Food and Drug Administration to ban classes of neurotoxic and hormone-disrupting phthalates in food manufacturing.

Environmental Health

$225,000
06/2016

National Caucus of Environmental Legislators

To educate and engage state-level policymakers from all parties about the human and environmental health hazards of toxic chemicals, and to inform state policymakers about federal policies and regulations that affect states’ abilities to regulate toxic chemicals.

Environmental Health

$40,000
06/2016

State Alliance for Federal Reform of Chemicals Policy

To achieve a marketplace of safer products free of toxic chemicals.

Environmental Health

$150,000
06/2016

League of Conservation Voters Education Fund

To educate and engage the public, the media, and key decisionmakers about the dangers of toxic chemicals; to build public support for chemicals policy reform at all levels; and to (eventually) help implement a new federal chemicals regulatory regime.

Environmental Health

$75,000
06/2016

Natural Resources Defense Council

To reduce the public’s exposure to toxic chemicals by participating in federal regulatory rulemaking, promoting state-level chemicals policies, motivating retailers and product manufacturers to adopt better internal chemical management policies, and building internal technical capacity to identify safer alternatives.

Environmental Health

$100,000
06/2016

Healthy Babies Bright Futures

To design and implement projects that reduce babies’ exposure to toxic chemicals during the most vulnerable and significant periods of development: in utero, and from birth to age two.

Environmental Health

$650,000
06/2016

Silent Spring Institute

To assist in the implementation of the updated Boston fire code pertaining to toxic flame retardants, continue research on toxic flame retardant exposures among college students, and disseminate the research findings.

Environmental Health

$80,000
06/2016

Coming Clean

To identify safer alternatives to toxic flame retardants and to promote their use, and support Coming Clean’s function as a network and communications hub for a diverse set of stakeholders in the environmental health and justice movement.

Environmental Health

$175,000
06/2016

International Chemical Secretariat

To lower the bar for engagement among companies seeking safer substitutes for hazardous chemicals.

Environmental Health

$100,000