If you haven’t seen the documentary Toxic Hot Seat yet, you (probably) don’t know what you’re missing! If you read the Chicago Tribune’s award winning series “Playing With Fire” a couple of years ago, then you do have an idea of what the film is about, but it is still very worth watching. We all need to understand the implications of what is discussed in this film. It affects each and every one of us.
‘Safer Chemicals Healthy Families‘ are streaming the film for free until December 7, 2014. Check out their website for all kinds of great info and actions you can take!
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Here are resources and an infographic on how to address flame retardants at home:
Posted in Air Quality, Chemicals, Environmental Health, Policy
Tagged alternatives, building materials, documentary, flame retardants, indoor air quality, take action, tobacco science, toxic chemicals
We now breathe, drink, eat and wear petrochemicals every where, every moment, every day! There’s no getting away from them!
Where are they coming from?
“The petroleum industry includes the global processes of exploration, extraction, refining, transporting (often by oil tankers and pipelines), and marketing petroleum products… Petroleum (oil) is also the raw material for many chemical products, including pharmaceuticals, solvents, fertilizers, pesticides, and plastics.”
So many of the things we use (and consume) are being made from petrochemicals.
Check out these two charts:
Posted in Change, climate change, Environment, Environmental Health, Health, Pollution
Tagged alternatives, brain, cancer, ecocide, Food, gas, health, Human Rights, MCS/ES, oil, petrochemicals, possibilities, reality check, stuff, toxic trespass