To enable Safer States to reduce exposures to toxic chemicals, achieve broad policy and market reform, and ensure that efforts are synergized with allied movements such as plastics, climate, and environmental justice to achieve broad success that benefits the health of communities and the environment.
To support Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families and Mind the Store in their efforts to drive harmful classes of chemicals out of the marketplace by winning government regulation of specific toxic chemicals and chemical classes, and comprehensive chemical policies by the largest retailers in the US.
To support the Chemical Footprint Project, which will leverage organizational metrics and disclosure to create a global chemical and materials economy that is healthy for people and the planet.
To advocate for environmental justice, educate residents about the health and environmental impacts of toxic pollution, compel federal and state environmental agencies to enforce human rights laws, and advocate for health services, relocation, and pollution reduction to improve the lives and health of residents in and near Mossville, Louisiana.
To organize, educate, and empower residents in low-income communities in Port Arthur, Texas, to take action against neighboring chemical manufacturers, refineries, and incinerator facilities to keep them from polluting the air, land, and water.
To work on environmental health and justice with the local community in St. John the Baptist Parish, where there are four large chemical plants within a few miles of each other.
To use education, empowerment, advocacy, and support 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 to hasten the transition from fossil fuels.
To press the EPA to interpret, implement, and enforce the Chemical Safety Act in the most health-protective manner as the revised law allows.