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April 2022: The Biggest Best Ban

In this edition:

  • Why are Flame Retardants in Children’s Car Seats?
  • From Beagles to the Bay—Pet Pesticide Pollution (Updated)
  • Stopping PFAS: How Best to Test?
  • Breathe Easy with Better Building Products
  • Our Institute in the News
  • Calendar

March 2022: PFAS Harms You Haven't Heard About?

In this edition:

  • Legal victories in the EU: Healthier Products and Planet
  • PTFE: Producing Toxic Fluorochemicals?
  • Healthier Affordable Housing Leads the Way
  • The “One Health” Approach and “One Planet” Progress
  • Building Awareness of PFAS
  • Calendar

February 2022: Study Invite: Are there flame retardants in your car?

In this edition:

  • Study Invite: Are There Flame Retardants in Your Car?
  • Toxic Flame Retardants in Tents
  • How Plastics Make Us Fat
  • Waterproof, Stain-Resistant, & Toxic: Forever Chemicals Identified in Dozens of Products
  • Calendar

January 2022: PFAS in Sea & Spectacles Spray?

In this edition:

  • Mist Connection: Concerning Levels of PFAS in Anti-Fogging Products
  • Are there “Forever Chemicals” in Your Kitchen Counter?
  • Making the Most of PFAS Central
  • European Chemicals Agency publishes first set of assessments for chemical groups
  • Calendar

December 2021: Chanukah, Christmas, & Chemicals

In this edition:

  • Healthy Holiday Shopping Guide
  • PFAS Legislation Roundup 2021
  • Misleading Chemical Claims Need to Go
  • Why Such High Levels of PFAS in New Zealand Dolphins?
  • A Toxic-Free Christmas Tree
  • Calendar

October 2021: PFAS Beware! The Comedians are Coming!

In this edition:

  • Third Time's a Charm? Toxic Tris Still in Cars
  • Common Chemicals in Electronics and Baby Products Harm Brain Development
  • Thousands of PFAS, Hundreds of Contaminated Sites, One Home for Data
  • Scientists Urge EPA to Close PFAS Loopholes
  • Purchasing Fire-Safe & Healthier Furniture
  • Antimicrobials in Building Products: Why?
  • CALENDAR

September 2021: Less Carbon, More Toxics?

In this edition:

  • Managing PFAS as a Class: Best Paper Award & Video
  • Parting Words on PFAS
  • Webinar: Purchasing Fire-Safe & Healthier Furniture
  • We’re Breathing PFAS: Study Finds Harmful Forever Chemicals in Indoor Air
  • Upcoming PFAS Reporting Rule for Manufacturers
  • Calendar

August 2021: Chickens, Carpets, and Communications

In this edition:

  • Can You Avoid PFAS in Makeup?
  • Could There be PFAS in Your Carpet? What Can You Do?
  • Protective Public Health Goals for PFOA and PFOS
  • UP Scorecard: A New Tool for Evaluating Food Packaging
  • Welcome to Our New Staff
  • CALENDAR

June 2021: Ugly Chemicals in Beauty Products

In this edition:

  • Are Forever Chemicals Hiding in Your Makeup?
  • Watch Now: PFAS in the Built Environment
  • An Unwanted Ingredient: Chlorinated Paraffins
  • Welcome to Our New Science and Policy Fellow Lydia
  • CALENDAR

May 2021 : Floor-to-Ceiling Forever Chemicals

In this edition:

  • PFAS in Building Materials: Persistent and Pervasive
  • Looking for Health Studies of PFAS? Look No More.
  • Thousands of Industrial Chemicals Identified in Moms and their Babies
  • Hormonally Active Dust
  • CALENDAR

April 2021 : COVID-19 and Dangerous Doorknobs

In this edition:

  • Watch Now: Science and Communication Strategy for Change
  • How to Have “Clean” Dust
  • Avoiding Both Harmful Antimicrobials and COVID-19
  • Toward Toxics-Free Online Shopping
  • Welcome to Our New Science and Policy Fellow, Hannah Ray
  • CALENDAR

February 2021 : Shades of Green

In this edition:

  • 'Green Buildings' with Hazardous Chemicals Aren't Really Green
  • Toxic Metals in Baby Food! Really?
  • California is First to Regulate the Entire Class of PFAS
  • Help Us Improve Our Newsletter and Win a Prize
  • CALENDAR
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