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October 1, 2012 Army Times
Alarming breast cancer rates among troops

September 5, 2012 Vancouver Sun
UN report says chemicals damaging health and environment, especially in poorer nations

September 5, 2012  Reuters
Rising chemicals output a hazard, clean-up needed by 2020 - U.N.

July 2012 Environmental Health Perspectives
Why is it So Difficult to Choose Safer Alternatives for Hazardous Chemicals?

April 22, 2012 The Clean Water Blog
Drinking Water Matters Part 2 – What Would it Look Like?

May 7, 2012 Lowell Sun
UMass Lowell Professor Geiser an Environmental Hero

April 25, 2012 US Environmental Protection Agency
2012 Environmental Merit Award Recipients

March 9, 2012 Environmental Health News
Opinion: U.S. policy must move toward carcinogen-free workplaces

February 6, 2012 The Washington Post
Diesel report’s publication delayed as industry demands to see documents first

November 16, 2011 Pittsburgh City Paper
Risk Assessment: Science has a hard time gauging the danger posed by carcinogens

October 5, 2011 Financial Advisor
Scientists Help Companies Go Greener

February 17, 2011 Synergist
Technological, Scientific Advances Key to Protecting Workers, Suggests UMass Lowell Report

Feburary 10, 2011 Environment America
Safer by Design [Report]

December 9, 2010 Business News Daily
Toxic Toys Create Silver Lining for Green Toy Companies

November 22, 2010 Los Angeles Times
Before you buy that train set, do your homework

November 16, 2010 ConsumerAffairs.com
Despite Recent Recalls, Many Toys Still Contain Toxic Chemicals: Study finds consumers can't be sure of toys' safety until major policy changes occur

November 15, 2010 Doyourpart.com
Environmental Paper Examines Toxic U.S. Toys Situation

November 12, 2010 Science News Daily
'Toxic Toy Crisis' Requires Fresh Solutions, Experts Say

November 11, 2010 CBC News
Ban toxic toys, other kids' products: U.S. study

November 11, 2010 Emaxhealth.com
Toxins in Toys Prompts new Recommendations

October 1, 2010 Alternet Blog by Anneli Rufus
Why Are People Willing to Fork Out a Fortune for Shoes That Cost Little to Make?

September 2010 TD Monthly
How to Prove You're Really "Green": Full Transparency Will Set You Apart From Pretenders

September 16, 2010, McClatchey Newspapers
VA slow to find link between Lejeune's toxic water, illnesses

August 19, 2010 Chelmsford Independent
Chelmsford's Crooked Spring solar panel array running by October

July 12, 2010, blog by Allison Clark of the Story of Stuff
Geeks (and Optimists) Unite!

May 20, 2010, Cape Cod Times
Curb little doses to combat cancer

April 13, 2010, WCVB Channel 5, Boston
Concerns Grow About Chemical in Toiletries, Toys

April 3, 2010, San Francisco Chronicle
Berkeley Author Knows Toxic, Throwaway Culture

April 1, 2010, TIME Magazine
The Perils of Plastic

February 5, 2010, Plastics News
Blow molders plan for bigger BPA-free bottles

October 2009 Public Health Perspectives
Epidemiology, Public Health, and the Rhetoric of False Positives

August 2009, Environmental Factor [Publication of the National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences]
Speakers Present a Strategy for Sustainability

July 14, 2009, Boston Globe
When haste makes toxic waste

June 15, 2009, Chemical and Engineering News
Future Factory Takes Flight

June 2009, Advancing Science, Serving Society
Experts Explore the Dilemma of Regulating Nanotech and Other New Technologies

May 13, 2009, GreenBiz.com
Don't Know Your Company's Toxic Footprint? Ignorance Will Not Be Bliss

January 23, 2009, Fast Company
The Real Story Behind Bisphenol A

January 23, 2009, Lowell Sun
For Greater Lowell schools, that field of dreams is still synthetic

October 6, 2008, Boston Globe
A Place for Clean Technology

August 4, 2008, Cancer Monthly
Reducing Environmental Toxin Exposure Key to Cancer Prevention

July 28, 2008, Boston Globe
REACHing for Less Toxic Alternatives

June 12, 2008, Washington Post
Chemical Law Has Global Impact, E.U.'s New Rules Forcing Changes By U.S. Firms

March 26, 2008, New York Times
A Turn to Alternative Chemicals

March 2008, Environmental Health Perspectives
Chemical Reaction: The U.S. Response to Reach

March 1, 2008, Lowell Sun
Clean Tech touted at forum on the economy

February 2008, Environmental Health Perspectives
Face to Face with Toy Safety: Understanding An Unexpected Threat

January 10, 2008, MTB Europe
Lack of nanotechnology safety roadmap hindering companies

December 22, 2007, New York Times
Everyday Items, Complex Chemistry

December 18, 2007, CBC News
Giving Gifts that Last

December 11, 2007, The Sun Chronicle
On the hunt for toxic toys

December 3, 2007, The Boston Globe
Toxin in Toyland

October 11, 2007, Boston Globe
Lead tests raise red flag for lipsticks
Hazardous levels found in one-third of market samples

August 29, 2007 Channel 5 TV
Toxic Chemicals in Toys

June 22, 2007, Boston Globe
Boston Foundation gives $28 million in grants

June 18, 2007, Boston Globe
She hopes to limit the enviornmental impact of dolls

June 12, 2007, Lowell Sun
Experts testify on alternatives to toxins

April 3, 2007, New York Times
Drugs are in the Water, Does it Matter?

January 8, 2007, Chemical & Engineering News
The future of U.S. chemical regulation: Two views on whether current law overseeing commerical chemicals in the U.S. is tough enough

November 29, 2006, Boston Globe
Oversight gap cited on waste at Danvers site

November 19, 2006 San Francisco Chronicle
TOXIC TOYS, San Francisco prepares to ban certain chemicals in products for kids, but enforcement will be tough—and toymakers question necessity

October 22, 2006, MetroWest Daily News
Hospitals clean out allergy, asthma triggers

July 13, 2005, Los Angeles Times
EPA is faulted as failing to shield public from toxins

June 12, 2005, Boston Globe Op-Ed
Action on Toxics Crisis

February 15, 2005, Boston Globe
One million nanotubes could fit into this period. They're in products everywhere...but could they be dangerous?

November 22, 2004, USA Today
Green Chemistry Takes Root