To fight to stop toxic pollution; protect Louisville residents in the event of a leak, fire, or explosion in chemical plants or railcars; and provide full disclosure and easy access to information concerning the impacts of industrial activities in Rubbertown on residents living nearby.
To serve the community surrounding the Houston Ship Channel—the busiest international port in the country and site of the largest petrochemical refinery complex in the Western Hemisphere—by providing community members the tools to create sustainable, environmentally healthy communities.
To empower residents in low-income communities in Port Arthur, Texas, helping them take action against the neighboring chemical manufacturers, refineries, and incinerators.
To support community-based organizing and activities in Mossville, Louisiana, where there are fourteen chemical facilities in close vicinity and the soil, air, and groundwater bear legacy pollutants.
To ensure the health and safety of all citizens while working to hold government officials and industry accountable for the quality of air being polluted by chemical emissions in St. John Parish, thus ensuring the health of families for generations to come.
To resolve the unique environmental struggles present in Louisiana.
To save communities in St. James Parish from industrial pollution and exposure to toxic chemicals.
To use grassroots action to achieve sustainable neighborhoods free from industrial pollution and hasten the transition from fossil fuels.
To reduce exposure to toxics in cosmetics and personal care products among women and girls of color.
To ensure Washington State continues to lead the nation in enacting and implementing model policies and investments that move supply chains to truly safer solutions.