Fixing Climate Education in the US

Fixing Climate Education in the US

The United States is widely recognized as a world leader in climate change research, but a 2014 Global Trends Survey of 20 countries revealed that the US ranked last in the percentage of the population that attributed climate change to human activity. Teachers have a unique opportunity to inspire and motivate the next generation of scientists, engineers and leaders to tackle climate change, says Rachel’s Network Member Elena Marszalek.

Carrying Rachel Carson’s Spirit at the Women’s March

Carrying Rachel Carson’s Spirit at the Women’s March

Kef Kasdin, board chair at Rachel’s Network, reflects on her time at the Women’s March on Washington, and how the solidarity of women will help us protect a healthy environment and many other issues we care about.

Stand with Planned Parenthood

Stand with Planned Parenthood

No group does more to reduce unintended pregnancy than Planned Parenthood, says Rachel’s Network Member Janet Miller. Anyone who believes in providing women with high-quality reproductive health care — and who supports eliminating the need for abortion in the first place — should insist that Planned Parenthood remain funded.

Fighting for Food Safety with Ruth Westreich

Fighting for Food Safety with Ruth Westreich

Today, the food we eat is hurting our health and the environment. Ruth Westreich, President of The Westreich Foundation, produced a video exploring the dangers of our modern agricultural system, and what we can do to fix it.

An Unexpected Journey to a Healthy Home

An Unexpected Journey to a Healthy Home

After Rachel’s Network Member Adriana Hayward’s family became sick from black mold, she and her husband launched Hayward Healthy Home and built a state-of-the-art sustainable, toxic-free regenerative house. Now, she’s sharing the hard-earned lessons she learned with others so that healthy buildings become the norm.

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