Klean Kanteen employee prepares to summit Mount Shasta for Breast Cancer Fund

Copyrighted article reprinted with permission Clayton Bradford smiles Tuesday at the Klean Kanteen office in Chico. Bradford was selected to climb Mt. Shasta with the Breast Cancer Foundation, but he has to raise a few thousand bucks to do it. Bill Husa — Enterprise-Record By Dan Reidel, Chico Enterprise-Record Clayton Bradford smiles Tuesday at the Klean Kanteen … Read more…

Klean Kanteen employee prepares to summit Mount Shasta for Breast Cancer Fund

Copyrighted article reprinted with permission Clayton Bradford smiles Tuesday at the Klean Kanteen office in Chico. Bradford was selected to climb Mt. Shasta with the Breast Cancer Foundation, but he has to raise a few thousand bucks to do it.Bill Husa — Enterprise-Record By Dan Reidel, Chico Enterprise-Record Clayton Bradford smiles Tuesday at the Klean … Read more…

Climb Against the Odds: A The North Face Employee’s Journey in Support of Breast Cancer Prevention

Employees at The North Face have many causes and passions close to their heart. Since 2012, The North Face has supported the work of the Breast Cancer Fund, whose mission is to prevent breast cancer by eliminating exposure to toxic chemicals and radiation linked to the disease. Their annual fundraising event, Climb Against the Odds, … Read more…

Hazardous Chemical from Scented Products is Polluting the Great Lakes

By Alexandra Scranton, director of Science and Research, Women’s Voices for the Earth The Great Lakes are under emerging threat from an unnecessary long-lasting fragrance chemical. Galaxolide, a synthetic musk frequently used in those scented cleaning products that give our home that pine-fresh or lemony-smell, is getting washed down the drain, sneaking past wastewater treatment … Read more…

Avoiding BPA – not everyone can cure cancer, but we can all help prevent it

By Emily Stark, communications intern, Breast Cancer Fund On the first day of my internship at the Breast Cancer Fund, the office was abuzz excitement, maybe partly for a new face in the office but mostly for a recent CNN article that foreshadowed the release of the organization’s report on BPA and its alternatives. As … Read more…

Campbell’s responds to pressure to remove BPA from its canned products

By EcoPlum This post originally appeared on The EcoPlum Blog and is reprinted with permission. Campbell Soup Company, a leader in the canned food industry with over $2.4 billion in annual sales, revealed last week that it promises to phase out BPA-based epoxy across its entire North American portfolio by mid-2017. This comes in response to consumer demand and … Read more…