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  • Center for Health and the Global Environment at Harvard Medical School
    The first center at a medical school in the United States focusing on the human health dimensions of global environmental change.

  • Collaborative on Health and Environment (CHE)
    The Collaborative on Health and Environment is a nonpartisan partnership working to further knowledge, action, and cooperation regarding environmental contributors to disease and other health problems.

    Wainwright Bank & Trust Company, a socially responsible bank headquartered in Boston, has created to bring charitable donors and nonprofits together to exchange resources and information. is an easy way to give to a favorite nonprofit, find out about volunteer opportunities, and get information about some of the toughest social justice issues of our times...

  • Duke Occupational and Environmental Medicine
    Links to numerous resources on occupational/environmental health also to the Association of Occupational and Environmental Clinics.

  • Environmental Health: A Global Access Science Source
    This online journal, edited by Drs. Philippe Grandjean and David Ozonoff and published by BioMed Central, includes all aspects of environmental and occupational medicine and related studies in toxicology and epidemiology.

  • Health Care Without Harm
    For information on how to prevent pollution in the health care industry, reduce medical waste, or join colleagues to work on such issues, visit the Health Care Without Harm national web site.

  • International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War
    IPPNW is a non-partisan global federation of medical organizations dedicated to research, education, and advocacy relevant to the prevention of nuclear war. To this end, IPPNW seeks to prevent all wars, to promote non-violent conflict resolution, and to minimize the effects of war and preparations for war on health, development, and the environment.

  • International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health
    This online journal brings important articles on occupational and environmental health research, teaching, and public policy to developing countries.

  • Massachusetts Coalition for Healthy Communities (MCHC)
    MCHC is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization whose purpose is to defend the economic, social, and democratic foundations upon which healthy communities are built. Towards this end, the Coalition provides networking and coordination services to a diverse array of public interest groups who are working for community protection and improvement.

  • Our Stolen Future
    This site contains a wealth of information about the science and policy of endocrine disruption that has unfolded since 1996, when the book "Our Stolen Future" was first published in English, with regular updates as new research emerges. Includes over 170 separate pages of analysis, fully text-searchable.

  • Science and Environment Health Network (SEHN)
    SEHN advocates the wise application of science to protecting the environment and public health. Founded in 1994, SEHN serves as both network and think tank for the environmental movement, helping environmental organizations use science in their work, guiding scientists to public interest research and public service, informing public policy with science grounded in ethics and logic.

In the Spotlight

  • The Need for Chemical Reform
    PSR/Florida has been advocating for toxic chemical reform for years, providing education and resources to healthcare professionals and the public and briefing members of Congress.