03/2017

Columbia Center for Children’s Environmental Health

To study levels of flame retardant exposure in pregnant women, providing evidence to support regulation of replacement flame retardants.

Environmental Health

$85,000
03/2017

Clean Production Action

To support the Chemical Footprint Project, which works to set the global standard for measuring corporate progress to safer chemicals by creating an increasingly vibrant community of users, supporters, and advocates.

Environmental Health

$210,000
03/2017

Responsible Purchasing Network

To support states and large cities to more aggressively incorporate safer purchasing into their sustainable procurement policies.

Environmental Health

$75,000
03/2017

Center for Environmental Health

To discourage the use of the five most harmful chemicals found in furniture by accelerating market demand for safer products through a strategic procurement campaign.

Environmental Health

$75,000
03/2017

Clean and Healthy New York

To prompt retailer action to ensure all products made for babies and young children are safe and healthy.

Environmental Health

$25,000
03/2017

Safer States

To provide general support for SAFER’s core state policy reform and market-based activities as well as provide additional resources to state coalitions likely to achieve chemicals policy reforms or market shifts.

Environmental Health

$275,000
03/2017

Kitchen Table Campaigns

To enable Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families to participate in regulatory rulemaking to implement the new federal chemicals law, and to significantly improve the largest US retailers’ management of chemicals in their products and supply chains.

Environmental Health

$400,000
12/2016

Safer States

To support grassroots coalitions in Connecticut and Minnesota focused on eliminating toxic chemicals from consumer products.

Environmental Health

$100,000
12/2016

Toxic-Free Future

To ensure that Washington State implements its new comprehensive flame retardant policy, supports other state administrative actions to reduce toxic chemical exposures, and participates in national market-oriented campaigns such as Mind the Store.

Environmental Health

$225,000
12/2016

Oregon Environmental Council

To secure strong implementation of the Toxic-Free Kids Act through the final phase of rulemaking and launch a campaign for a state procurement program that includes provisions to measure and track the impact of safer product purchasing.

Environmental Health

$75,000