ACAT News & Updates
CHE-Alaska Teleconference: Wednesday, January 31, 2018
9:00 AM Alaska Time (10:00 am Pacific; Noon Central; 1:00 pm Eastern)
About the call:
Children in Alaska and the Circumpolar North experience disproportionate exposures to toxic chemicals that may have long-term negative health consequences, such as neurodevelopmental effects, cancer, birth defects, metabolic disorders, and compromised immune systems. Join this call to hear a summary
Flame retardant chemicals are silent culprits killing Americans across the nation and people all over the world. It’s in our mattresses, sofas, children’s toys, and even pajamas. Now it’s polluting our air, water, and soil.
With the upcoming legislative session on
ACAT partnered with Healthy Babies Bright Futures to study arsenic in rice baby cereal. The report exposing the dangers of arsenic contamination for babies’ brains was issued today.
The New York Times covered the story this morning.
Find the press release here.
Find the report here.
Sign the petition to Gerber here.