To reduce exposure to toxics in cosmetics and personal care products among women and girls of color.
To ensure Washington State continues to lead the nation in enacting and implementing model policies and investments that move supply chains to truly safer solutions.
To lower levels of neurotoxic chemicals in babies by decreasing the contaminants in the biggest sources of harm, and promoting cities’ successful strategies for protecting babies’ brain development.
To achieve environmental justice and health equity by improving chemical data quality, quantity, and transparency, and scaling product guidance and adoption in the building sector and beyond.
To eliminate toxic chemicals and replace them with safer alternatives, thereby enhancing the health of all people, especially the most vulnerable populations, and the planet.
To highlight the benefits of the Transportation and Climate Initiative to children and adults specific to New York City, as part of a larger study of its benefits region-wide.
To ensure that Vermont develops a strong Climate Action Plan and other policies that significantly and equitably reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the transportation, building, and power sectors.
To achieve Vermont’s energy and climate commitments.
To educate state legislators in Northeast and mid-Atlantic states on innovative policy options to decarbonize the transportation sector.
To catalyze and support state action to advance transportation electrification of light-, medium-, and heavy-duty vehicles to improve air quality and address climate change.