One in four Americans lives within four miles of a Superfund site – uncontrolled or abandoned places containing some of the nation’s most toxic waste. Working to protect public health and the varied environments of local communities, the groups in this category seek to hold corporations and the government accountable. They work to clean up hazardous, nuclear and toxic waste, while supporting positive policy changes to reduce and eliminate their use.
Total given in this category in fiscal year 2013: $86,500
P.O. Box 1731
Caledonia, Illinois 83701-1731 United States
Angelic Organics Learning Center advances sustainable communities of soils, plants, animals and people through educational, creative and experiential programs.
6930 Carroll Suite 340
Takoma Park, Maryland 20912-4446 United States
NIRS serves as an information, networking and mobilization center for the grassroots movement for a nuclear-free, carbon-free energy future.
119 Pere Marquette, Suite 2A
Lansing, Michigan 48912 United States
The Michigan Environmental Council advances policy changes that protect human health and the state�s natural resources through collaborating with state and federal decision makers and forging community alliances.
824 South 400 West, Suite B111
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101 United States
HEAL Utah engages citizens in the decisions that affect their health and environment, promoting clean, sustainable energy, serving as a watchdog for the nuclear industry and working to ensure that Utah is never again downwind from nuclear weapons testing.
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