ACAT News & Updates
“Do I love my lawn more than I love my family and my neighbors?”
Gardening guru Jeff Lowenfels asks a good question in his weekly column: “Do I love my (weed-free) lawn more than I love my family and my neighbors?”
Glyphosate, the main ingredient in Round-Up and other weed-and-feed formulations, is deadly to dandelions and other broad leaf weeds, but it’s also harmful to people and pets.
Take a look at ACAT’s new
Cancer-causing Chemicals in Everyday Products: Your Right-to-Know and Necessary Actions to Prevent Harm
CHE-Alaska Teleconference: held on June 24th, 2020
Despite a growing body of research around the toxicity of chemicals used in consumer products and within our food system, regulation of chemical manufacturers lag behind the science. Chemicals are used in production, processing, and packaging that are known or suspected to be harmful to humans (e.g. interfere with our endocrine system, cause reproductive harm, cancer
Virtual event will feature environmental justice activists from Alaska and around the world
Rachel Carson’s “Silent Spring,” an exposé of the link between toxic pesticide DDT and the decline in songbird populations and other environmental harms, is widely regarded as the impetus for the rise of the global environmental movement.
Please join us for a Zoom event with Alaskan and international speakers celebrating Rachel’s birthday, her indomitable spirit, and