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Update! HEALTHY BUILDING NETWORK IS NOW HABITABLE.
Update! HEALTHY BUILDING NETWORK IS NOW HABITABLE.
Update! HEALTHY BUILDING NETWORK IS NOW HABITABLE.

The Resource Efficiency Collective at Cambridge University explores how to deliver future energy and material services while reducing resource use and environmental impact, aiming to find suitable metrics and solutions for a more resource-efficient society.

The Plastic Health Map collates research on the potential human health effects of plastic chemicals, aiding the transition to a more sustainable and safer plastic-free world by providing data from over 3,500 primary studies from 1960 to 2022 via a user-friendly dashboard.

The Coalition to Prevent Chemical Disasters offers an up-to-date map and incident database tracking hazardous chemical incidents since January 2021.

The Equitable and Just National Climate Platform is a collaborative effort between environmental justice and national environmental groups to develop inclusive and equitable national climate policy ideas and advocate for shared policy goals.

The Environmental Justice Health Alliance for Chemical Policy Reform is a national network of grassroots organizations advocating for safer chemicals and a pollution-free economy, focusing on communities disproportionately impacted by toxic chemicals and pollution.

This website explores the concept of planetary boundaries, a framework of nine key Earth system processes that humanity must stay within to ensure long-term sustainability and avoid irreversible environmental harm.

The Retailer Report Card evaluates the safer chemicals programs of major U.S. and Canadian retailers, highlighting their efforts to eliminate toxic chemicals from products and packaging, and empowering consumers to support companies driving positive change.

Women’s Voices for the Earth (WVE) advocates for a future free from the impacts of toxic chemicals with a focus on gender justice and intersectional solidarity, using expertise in research, advocacy, and organizing.

The Sustainable Chemistry Catalyst, based at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, accelerates the transition to safer, more sustainable chemistry through research, stakeholder engagement, and the development of evaluation methods and model solutions.

This report provides information on PFAS, their widespread presence in US drinking water, associated health risks, and recommendations from the National Academies for clinical guidance and education on PFAS exposure.