INMA Infancia y Medio Ambiente es una red integrada por grupos de trabajo de universidades y centros de investigación españoles, coordinados desde el Instituto Municipal de Investigación Médica (IMIM) de Barcelona. Su propósito es estudiar el efecto de los contaminantes ambientales más importantes presentes en el aire, el agua y la dieta en el desarrollo y crecimiento de los niños.
Satori-5 offers informaion and resources on Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (CFS), Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS), and Hazardous Radiations Sickness (HRS). The website was created and is maintained by a sufferer of severe forms of all three of these illnesses. The webmasters often harrowing personal experiences with these illnesses are also documented on site and illustrated with photographs and short video films.
The mission of GrinningPlanet.com is to provide humor as the lure and environmental information as the hook. We provide environmental articles in a wide range of topics as well as links to other resources.
Connecting the links between health, science and the environment.... TheEnvironmentalConnection.com offers information about ecological issues that affect human and animal health. Conming this fall.... a special section just for parents, teachers and students!
CleanHudson.org is an informational website adminstered by Sierra Club's Hudson River Campaign and Friends of a Clean Hudson that provides users with the facts regarding the PCBs dumped by General Electric into the Hudson River.
The Cleanup Level Database is an on-line database and GIS system provides on-line listings of soil cleanup levels and records of decision for over 10,000 Superfund sites. Users can search by site or by compound.
RochesterEnvironment.com provides complete environmental coverage for the city of Rochester, New York. This site is a non-profit, non-commercial portal for all Rochester-area environmental links. Use this web site to monitor the health of the area's environment and find ways to get involved using your Internet connection.
Behind the glossy image of Kodak's film there lies one of the largest emitters of toxins in the United States. Eastman Kodak, a multinational corporation with headquarters in Rochester, New York is the state's number one manufacturing polluter. Kodak has a long history of environmental violations, contamination of the Rochester community, dumping of hazardous wastes in Kodak Park, and advocacy for the weakening of environmental regulations. These examples of Kodak's dismal environmental record, however, are only a small snapshot of the problem. On this web site you will find information about Kodak's Toxic Colors, and what you can do to help reduce Kodak's pollution.
Toxic Exposure is a web resource for learning more about the toxic chemicals in our bodies and promoting the public's right to know. On this web site, one can: look up profiles of the chemicals found in the latest U.S. government exposure monitoring report, learn how to reduce your family's exposure to chemicals in the environment; take action.