12/2017

Learning Disabilities Association of America

To use scientific consensus on environmental contributors to neurodevelopmental disorders to generate recommendations for policymakers and health professionals for significantly reducing harm from chemicals exposure, particularly during gestation and the early years of a child’s life.

Health and Environment

$75,000
12/2017

Oregon Environmental Council

To secure strong implementation of the Toxic Free Kids Act, and launch a campaign for the nation’s most forward-looking state healthy purchasing program.

Health and Environment

$50,000
12/2017

Toxic-Free Future

To protect human health and the environment from the impacts of perfluoroalkyl substances, toxic flame retardants, phthalates, and lead via market and policy change.

Health and Environment

$225,000
09/2017

Healthy Babies Bright Futures

To design and implement projects that reduce babies’ exposure to neurotoxic chemicals during the most critical and vulnerable first 1,000 days of development.

Health and Environment

Healthy Babies Bright Futures

$500,000
09/2017

University of Massachusetts Lowell Center for Sustainable Production

To build collaborations and strategies that leverage the Green Chemistry and Commerce Council’s market strength, and position the council for policy impact.

Health and Environment

$75,000
09/2017

Healthy Building Network

To improve public health through increased use of nontoxic building materials in residential and commercial buildings; improve the impact of the network’s research, tools, and expertise on the building design and construction sectors; and implement plans to achieve long-term financial sustainability.

Health and Environment

$150,000
09/2017

Clean Production Action

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.

Health and Environment

$130,000
09/2017

Earthjustice

To ensure that the Chemical Safety Act is interpreted, implemented, and enforced in the most health-protective manner, promoting public transparency and equity in the process.

Health and Environment

$100,000
06/2017

Natural Resources Defense Council

To reduce or eliminate human and environmental exposure to toxic chemicals by fighting to ensure that science-based, health-protective policies are adopted and effectively implemented with particular attention given to priority chemicals of very high concern.

Health and Environment

$100,000
06/2017

Learning Disabilities Association of America

To advocate for the strongest possible protection from neurotoxic chemical exposure for infants, children, and pregnant women in order to prevent learning disabilities.

Health and Environment

$100,000