We can change our thinking. Rather than viewing the chemical adulteration of our environment and our bodies as the inevitable price of convenience and progress, we can decide that cancer is inconvenient and toxic pollution archaic and primitive.
Living Downstream, 2nd ed.
In the Media
USA Today04/10/11 by Liz Szabo
Speak out. Parents should support laws that protect kids, says Steingraber, author of Raising Elijah: Protecting Our Children in an Age of Environmental Crisis. "I'm a conscientious parent, but I'm not a HEPA filter," she says. "I can't place my body between all of these hormonally active chemicals in the environment and my children. That is what government is tasked to do — to help protect us from things that we can't protect ourselves from." Read the full article