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Infertility and Air Pollution

We all know that air pollution has incredibly damaging effects on developing babies, newborns, infants and toddlers. All children are at risk when toxics like mercury are in their air. Moms and Dads are furious, and working hard to protect their children … Continue reading

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Guest Post ~ Polluters’ Powerful Grasp on Children’s Health

–Guest Post by the American Lung Association– What would you do if the very act of breathing was a threat to your family’s health? As farfetched as the question may seem, the reality is just over half of the nation … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Ask 5 for 5

guest blogger: Sarah Lenssen from Ask5for5 photos courtesy of Cate Turton / Dept. for International Development First, thanks to Farmer’s Daughter for allowing me to post on her blog today! Today, more than 25 bloggers, including this one, are standing with … Continue reading

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Fighting for Clean Air in Oklahoma ~ An Interview with Lisa Sharp

Lisa Sharp is a freelance writer, social media marketer and environmental activist, living in a small town in Oklahoma. She has a blog called Retro Housewife Goes Green and runs a website called Green Oklahoma.  Lisa and I have been … Continue reading

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800,000 Voices for Clean Air

Three years ago, I remember having a “light bulb moment.”  I was sitting in my environmental law class, the first class in my environmental education program (my second MS).  I was taking notes in black pen on my repurposed notebook, … Continue reading

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