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By Healthy Schools Network
National Coaltion for Healthier Schools' state of the states report finds all children should be considered at risk for extra health problems due solely to environmental conditions of schools. Letter to Congress from 78 groups supports EPA budget.

By Healthy Schools Network
"Towards Healthy Schools 2015" state by state data and policy report from Coalition for Healthier Schools urges swifter federal and state actions to address environmental hazards that impact kids health and learning.

By Healthy Schools Network
Statement from Healthy Schools Network on children's needs, following President's remarks on balanced apporach to federal deficit

By National Pollution Prevention Roundtable
A leading national environmental association announced today that the application period for companies to be recognized as a 2012 leader for replacing hazardous chemicals, processes or products with safer alternatives is approaching September 30.

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By Healthy Schools Network
National Coaltion for Healthier Schools' state of the states report finds all children should be considered at risk for extra health problems due solely to environmental conditions of schools. Letter to Congress from 78 groups supports EPA budget.

By Healthy Schools Network
"Towards Healthy Schools 2015" state by state data and policy report from Coalition for Healthier Schools urges swifter federal and state actions to address environmental hazards that impact kids health and learning.

By Healthy Schools Network
Statement from Healthy Schools Network on children's needs, following President's remarks on balanced apporach to federal deficit

By National Pollution Prevention Roundtable
A leading national environmental association announced today that the application period for companies to be recognized as a 2012 leader for replacing hazardous chemicals, processes or products with safer alternatives is approaching September 30.

By National Pollution Prevention Roundtable
The National Pollution Prevention Roundtable has launched the 2025 Safer Chemistry Challenge Program, a voluntary initiative to motivate, challenge, and assist companies to reduce the use of chemicals of concern to human health and the environment.

By Healthy Schools Network, Inc.
55 events in 24 states and Canada by 25 sponsors celebrate how to clean clean up our schools: CA, WA, OK, MO, FL, MS, AL, GA, NC, KY, OH, MI, MD, DC, PA, NJ, NY, CT, MA, ME, DC

By Wellington Media
Simple questions to ask when it comes to reducing toxics in your environment

By Allan Higbee
The Canadian government has just designated four chemicals as hazardous to human health. The toxic chemicals are used commonly in paints, varnishes, stains, and industrial cleaners. You can also find them in some printing inks and art materials

By Stephen Boese, Healthy Schools-NY Director
New York advocates for children, health, and environment release 1st documentary report on lack of state plan to eliminate toxic risks to children's health and learning.

By Vicki Zerbee
Day Care Centers with 150 families can pull resources of approximately $1.00 from each family to make a measurable Earth Day Contribution, and make the Day Care Center safer and healthier year round.



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