While there is evidence that estrogenic contaminants are impacting the environment, there is no evidence that oral contraceptives are the main culprit. And what about the benefits of contraception to the environment?
Many Catholic voters support common sense public policy on reproductive and sexual health issues. A new television ad sheds light.
Studies are showing dramatic drops in sperm counts and rising rates of reproductive health problems for men throughout industrialized countries. Are environmental contaminants partially to blame?
Is your Tupperware safe? The Washington Post examines the debate over the safety of common plastic products.
When does saving multibillion dollar companies a few bucks supersede the public’s right to know about toxic emissions? The EPA, with a kick in the pants from the president’s budget office, thinks it knows — and it’s now.
We need comprehensive reform of the federal chemicals policy, so chemicals are proven safe before they are put into the products we use every day.
We can’t shop our way to a toxin-free revolution, but there are a bunch of steps you as a savvy consumer can take to lessen the toxin load in your and your family members’ bodies.
In the United States, the nail salon industry is booming, but, until recently, the health and safety concerns of nail salon workers have been largely overlooked.
Working across issue lines is not tidy or simple, but the interconnected nature of women’s health and environmental sustainability is at the center of a growing movement. GreenPink intern, Cally Hennig, tells us how.
Little by little, some anti-abortion advocates are starting to become quite vocal about their environmentalism.