To promote precautionary federal chemicals policy by supporting policy models in key states and then bringing them to bear in discussion about comparable reforms at the federal level.
To use the findings of the Environmental Threats to Healthy Aging report to engage senior citizens’ organizations and their memberships in promoting policies that will foster healthier living for all ages.
To coordinate and support the Safer Chemicals Healthy, Families coalition; provide leadership for Health Care Without Harm, Coming Clean and the PBDE Strategic Collaboration, and the newly formed American Sustainable Business Council; and create more opportunities for partnerships and synergy…
To promote comprehensive reform of US chemicals policy, and to achieve synergy between these domestic reforms and international chemicals policies.
To educate national learning and developmental disabilities and neurodegenerative disease groups about environmental links to neurological disabilities, increase collaboration among them, cultivate opportunities for them to support chemical policy reforms, and translate relevant emerging science for their use.
To reduce exposure of children and all Michigan residents to toxic chemicals, and to protect health by achieving steps toward comprehensive chemicals policy reform at the state and federal levels.
To ensure the current federal policy for protecting health from exposures to toxic chemicals is modernized to assess and regulate the manufacture and their use based on 21st century health and safety standards and scientific data.