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Agents of Change: 2021-2022 Cohort

EHN is teaming up with Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health to bring you the voices of next generation environmental justice leaders

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Air pollution exposure during pregnancy linked to reduced lung function in kids: Study

“We’re generally not talking to pregnant women about how to minimize and mitigate their exposure to air pollution, but we should be.”

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Op-ed: Biden’s Arctic drilling go-ahead illustrates the limits of democratic problem solving

President Biden continues to deploy conventional tactics against the highly unconventional threat of climate change.

Not only are PFAS toxic — they’re bad at their job when applied to furniture: Study

In many cases, the stain and water repellency of untreated furniture fabrics is comparable to treatments containing PFAS, commonly known as “forever chemicals.”

LISTEN: Alexa White on supporting small-scale farmers

“Having intimate connections with the land and having personal connections with your farmers is really important – and it’s also good for you.”

EHS announces a promotion and new hire

Staff expansion will focus on community building and audience engagement.