Last week, the Atlantic published a great piece outlining how industry lobbyists and trade groups are using bad science to make consumers question the toxicity of BPA….Independent, academic scientists are furious over this “spin zone” of bad science.
With the new Congress just back in session, we’re already building the drumbeat for BPA-free food. Yesterday, we joined Rep. Ed Markey, D-Mass., in heralding the re-introduction of his legislation…
This could go down as one of the biggest days in the history of cosmetics safety in the U.S. Today we launched The Story of Cosmetics, and Congress acted to get toxic chemicals out of cosmetics.
The movement to ban or restrict BPA – the hormone-disrupting carcinogen found in hard plastics like baby bottles and sports water bottles, and in food can linings – is spreading.