65.000 Reasons for Better Chemicals
Publication of the Danish Environmental Protection Agency provides with eight practical advice pieces on how to create a healthy environment for our children
15.11.2009 |Danish Environmental Protection Agency
The Danish Environmental Protection Agency published an informative leaflet ‘65.000 Reasons for Better Chemicals’ about chemicals under suspicion such as parabens, phthalates and PCBs, and their effect on 2-years-old children health.
The publication provides with eight practical advice pieces on how the latest knowledge about endocrine disrupters can be put into practice and how to create a healthy, toxic-free environment for our children.
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WECF's international 5-years Project Nesting aims at providing new parents, and child health and childcare professionals with precise information and helpful practical advices on how to create a toxic free environment for a baby.
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