This may be THE most important site you will ever find. Check out their Skin Deep Data Base, Healthy Cleaning Guide, how to decode labels and hazards to ingredients. And, if ever you want to donate to a worthy organization, please choose EWG!
We are a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to protecting human health and the environment. We work for you. Do you know what’s in your tap water? What about your shampoo? What’s lurking in the cleaners underneath your sink? What pesticides are on your food? How about the farms, fracking wells and factories in your local area? Do you know what safeguards they use to protect your water, soil, air and your kids? Which large agribusinesses get your tax dollars and why? What are GMOs? What do they do to our land and water?
More than two decades ago EWG set out to answer these questions, and more, and to empower you to get to know your environment and protect your health. EWG’s groundbreaking research has changed the debate over environmental health. From households to Capitol Hill, EWG’s team of scientists, policy experts, lawyers, communication experts and programmers has worked tirelessly to make sure someone is standing up for public health when government and industry won’t. Through our reports, online databases, mobile apps and communications campaigns, EWG is educating and empowering consumers to make safer and more informed decisions about the products they buy and the companies they support. In response to consumer pressure, companies are giving up potentially dangerous chemical ingredients in their products and improving their practices.
In 2014, Healthy Child Healthy World and EWG combined forces. As a program of EWG, Healthy Child Healthy World’s purpose is to empower parents to take action and protect their children against harmful chemicals. Together we inspire parents, promote solutions and influence policy to create a cleaner, greener, healthier world. In the years ahead,EWG’s Healthy Child Healthy World program will engage more parents and caregivers to raise the profile of children’s environmental health.