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April 2020 : Post-Pandemic World, A Better Place?

In this edition:

  • Good News and Bad News About Carpets
  • Where Does Your Sushi Come From?
  • California Wildlife Doing Well During Shutdown
  • Balancing Health, Fire Safety, and Circularity in Europe
  • CALENDAR

March 2020: Why Soap Works Best

In this edition:

  • Rainy Weather and Rain Jackets: A Toxic Combination?
  • Can We Protect Against Viruses Without Harming our Health?
  • It Takes a Global Village: How Denmark Took Action on PFAS
  • And the Chemical Industry?
  • CALENDAR

February 2020: Better Luck for the Irish?

In this edition:

  • PFAS in Drinking Water: Will California Lead the Way?
  • Material Buyers Club: Our Health Is not for Sale
  • Better Luck (and Furniture) for the Irish?
  • CALENDAR

January 2020: The New Year delivers...

In this edition:

  • Flame Retardant Dilemma and Beyond 2020
  • Our Institute Petitions EPA to Regulate PFAS as Hazardous Wastes
  • European Reforms Rally behind Class Concept
  • Regrettable Substitutions in our Bodies
  • CALENDAR

December 2019: Forecast: Fluorine-Free Flurries

In this edition:

  • Flame Retardant Dilemma and Beyond 2020
  • A Non-Toxic Winter Wonderland?
  • Volatile Voles
  • Sinister Synergists
  • New Flame Retardants, Old Problems
  • Welcome Our Newest Team Member – Candy Kasalo
  • CALENDAR

October 2019: Dark Waters

In this edition:

  • Nothing Lasts Forever, Except PFAS
  • Higher Triclosan Levels in Women Associated with Poor Bone Health
  • Get the Lead Out
  • Is Policy Really Ahead of the Science?
  • Do Chemicals Influence Your Fertility?
  • Welcome Rebecca
  • CALENDAR

September 2019: This is Ridiculous!

In this edition:

  • October 6 Book Party for “Exposure” with Rob Bilott
  • A New Clue to a Mysterious Epidemic
  • From the Pages of PFASCentral.org: Toxics Complicate Water Sustainability
  • Flame Retardant Justifications up in Smoke
  • Are Polymers PFAS?
  • CALENDAR

August 2019: Guinea Pigs?

In this edition:

  • From the Pages of PFASCentral.org: High Fashion, High Performance, High Exposure
  • Are We the Guinea Pigs?
  • Out with the Old
  • UK Parliament Fumes Over Flame Retardants
  • PFAS To-Go
  • CALENDAR

June 2019: Highly Timely

In this edition:

  • PFASCentral.org: Your source for the latest PFAS News
  • Danish Defeat of the Toxic Toys
  • BPA: A High Price to Pay for a Receipt
  • A Bipartisan Congress says: No More PFAS Foams
  • Au Revoir to the Old at Montréal Conference
  • The Six Classes Approach Translated
  • Circular, Reasoned
  • CALENDAR

May 2019: Here Today, Here Tomorrow

In this edition:

  • A Tribute to Bob Luedeka
  • Beginning of the End for Forever Chemicals
  • Stuck with the Bill for Non-Stick
  • Houston Waterways Bear the Brunt
  • Please Welcome Our New Science & Policy Fellow, Seth Rojello Fernández
  • CALENDAR

March 2019: A Killer Smile

In this edition:

  • Half the Man Your Granddaddy Was
  • Beauty is Fleeting, but PFAS is Forever
  • A Killer Smile
  • The Immortality that Costs your Health
  • Are Those Flame Retardants Making You Fat?
  • CALENDAR

February 2019: A New Canary in the Coal Mine?

In this edition:

  • Cats on Carpets: A New Canary in the Coal Mine?
  • Europe Votes to Ban Halogenated Flame Retardants
  • Microplastics, Macroproblems
  • Class In Session: States Increasingly Regulating Families of Chemicals
  • Please Welcome Our New Science & Policy Interns, Eric and Alex
  • CALENDAR