Toxics in the US and the next 40 years: What will it take to protect public health?

The US has had 40 years under a flawed Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), leaving us with a backlog of poisonous chemicals in consumer products. As of 2016 we have a newly reformed TSCA grinding into gear, and activists will continue the push for safer chemical alternatives with state and markets campaigns.

How are strategic consumer, citizen and state actions are winning safer food packaging, furniture, home construction and baby products? How can citizens and advocacy groups ensure that we achieve the greatest benefits in homes, schools, and workplaces from the new TSCA?