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PFAS are known as “forever chemicals” because they are incredibly persistent and bioaccumulate. The governor blocked a bill that would have helped keep us safe from their use.
Actions to address PFAS contamination in Alaska are long overdue.
We need an appointee who listens to the science and understands the data when making such consequential decisions.
To protect the health of Alaska consumers, Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan must vote no on Nancy Beck.
The state has both the authority and the duty to protect the drinking water and health of its citizens.
The administration wants to wait for “better” toxicity data. Would you rather have it proven that your family has been drinking contaminated water, or take precautions now?
Mold can affect our homes and our families, but it can also impact a vital economic resource for the Anchorage economy – hotels.
Children in Alaska are especially vulnerable to chemical exposures that may affect their present and future lives. Compelling scientific evidence links exposures to certain toxic chemicals with learning and developmental disabilities. The north is a hemispheric sink for persistent chemicals that are transported on wind and ocean currents and accumulate in the bodies of fish, … Continue reading An urgent call to prevent harm to children’s brain development