The EPA administrator’s exit is a win for people and the planet.
NRDC experts ground their work in research and science to advocate for laws and policies that create lasting environmental change.
The step backward will make it much harder to hold industry accountable for Michiganders’ health and environment.
The legal battle to get chlorpyrifos—a toxic pesticide linked to learning disabilities in children—off the fruits and vegetables we feed our families is heating up this summer.
Three American companies have moved to protect people’s lives from a deadly chemical that the federal government has so far refused to ban from store shelves – a major victory in the fight to stop the dismantling of protections against toxic substances in our workplaces, homes and lives.
New guidance from the National Association of County & City Health Officials can help local health departments respond to the challenge of climate change and communicate progress being made toward healthier, safer communities.