To enable Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families to drive harmful classes of chemicals out of the marketplace by winning regulation of specific toxic chemicals and chemical classes and comprehensive chemical policies by the largest retailers.
To secure strong implementation of Oregon’s Toxic-Free Kids Act and establish the nation’s most forward-looking state healthy purchasing program.
To ensure strong implementation of the new Safer Products for Washington Act, as well as the state’s two PFAS policies that focus on food packaging and firefighting foam.
To press the EPA to interpret, implement, and enforce the Chemical Safety Act in the most health-protective manner as the revised law allows to work in coalition with partners seeking to redress environmental injustices.
To embed HBBF content and strategies into organizations positioned to exponentially increase the impact of HBBF’s goal to lower babies’ exposures to neurotoxic chemicals.
To assess the comprehensive benefits to children’s health from policy changes to be proposed under the Transportation Climate Initiative.
To: (1) build on the Green Chemistry & Commerce Council’s (GC3) successful program platform and reputation to grow, strengthen, and institutionalize key GC3 programs and their interconnections; and (2) to successfully complete a strategic planning process, begin to implement the…
To reduce exposure to known harmful chemicals by decreasing or eliminating them from building products, and accelerate the adoption of healthy building protocols.
To raise market demand for, and availability of, safer alternatives to hazardous chemicals; cultivate corporate and NGO capacities to transform chemicals management; and diversify revenue through business development.
To move the global market toward safer products by ensuring that the Marketplace platform becomes the premier meeting space for buyers and sellers of safer chemicals.