If you believe Alaska’s children deserve clean drinking water and clean air to breathe . . . now is the time to stand up and take action! The President has proposed a 31% cut to the budget of the Environmental Protection Agency. If these cuts are approved, no one stands to lose more than Alaskans.
Please join us! Our annual Breast Cancer Prevention Lecture Tour is coming up soon, and this year we are thrilled to welcome Meg Schwarzman (MD, MPH) to Alaska. Dr. Schwarzman is the Associate Director of Health and Environment for the interdisciplinary Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry and an Environmental Health Scientist in University of California
NEWS RELEASE 5/2/2017: UN Chemicals Convention Decisions Perpetuate Environmental Violence Against Indigenous Peoples with Disregard for Fundamental Human Rights
Contacts: Vi Waghiyi, Alaska Community Action on Toxics: +1 907.222.7714 Rochelle Diver, International Indian Treaty Council: +1 415.641.4482 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 2, 2017 (Geneva) – At the Stockholm Convention 8th Conference of the Parties (COP8), governments bowed to corporate influences in the listing decisions concerning two toxic chemicals under provisions of the treaty. Although delegates agreed