See our latest documentary about environmental justice on YouTube!
- NEW: Read the July 2013 Beyond Toxics-Centro Latino Americano Report, “Environmental Justice in West Eugene: Families, Health and Air Pollution“
- NEW: Brownfield Redevelopment and Community Involvement: A Case Study in the City of Eugene, Oregon (A Beyond Toxics and Centro Latino Americano Environmental Justice White Paper)
Download the EJ Bus Tour Program – April 13, 2012 (6Mb PDF file; chock full of critical data about sources of pollution in West Eugene)
Read about an innovative, new project initiative that encourages local gardening and food production that is sprouting from Beyond Toxics’ Environmental Justice project: My Garden – West Eugene…
What Parents Should Know About Toxic Substances and the Health of their Children – an important consumer awareness primer!
EJ Fact Sheet: Toxic Chemicals and the Organs They Most Impact (NEW: Feb. 2013)
NEWS: As part of a continuing effort to protect Americans’ health by increasing access to chemical information, the EPA has removed confidentiality claims for more than 150 chemicals in the U.S.
- West Eugene Industrial Corridor Environmental Health Project (A 2010-2011 project to assist EJ neighborhoods in West Eugene) – a public presentation
- See our report to the EPA from 2010-2011
- What parents should know (a PDF fact sheet on using earth-friendly cleaning for your home)
- West Eugene Industrial Corridor Environmental Health Project – Notes from the Community Forum on November 16, 2010 (PDF file)
- MATERIALS FOR AN ONLINE CLASS – NOW AVAILABLE! Environment and Human Rights (PHIL 220) – taught by Dr. Tom Kerns through North Seattle Community College
- Chemical Policy Reform database (consumer products oriented) from the Environmental Working Group
Read more about biomass
Commentary about biomass energy production in Oregon:
We can’t afford to ignore the science on bioenergy
Oregonian – December 08, 2010
Guest column by Franz A. Matzner, Lisa Arkin (Beyond Toxics Exec. Director) and Jeanne Roy
Biomass is not Oregon’s clean-energy future as currently promoted
Oregonian – October 20, 2010
Guest column by Lisa Arkin, Beyond Toxics Executive Director
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