The California Breast Cancer Research Program, in partnership with the California Department of Public Health, the Occupational Health Branch and the University of California, San Francisco, has developed a tool to research women’s exposure to chemicals in the workplace. The goal of the research and the basis behind this tool is to provide women with information on industries that have a higher risk of exposure to
chemicals that may cause breast cancer. The tool shows data on over 160 different occupations in California and data on over 1,000 different chemicals. Read More.
5 Easy Ways to Support the Environmental Justice Causes You Care About at No Cost
By Gregory Kolen II. Climate change and environmental degradation pose a serious threat to our communities and the world as we know it. Environmental justice