Cover photo
Environmental Illness Network Minnesota
49 followers|41,509 views


A 6-month investigation finds that the revolving door between government and the chemical industry has led the EPA to rely on easily manipulated research. The result? Toxic substances remain in everyday products.
Women's Voices for the Earth - Safety of 3,000 fragrance chemicals is entirely determined by the fragrance industry. This self-regulating policy is failing.
Build bomb shelters, raid Costco's canned food aisle and fill all of your gas cans. It's time to freakin' panic, Minnesota! A new list pegs Minneapolis ...
The mammoth Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) under secret negotiation between the United States and European Union is poised to slash the power of local governments to regulate toxins—from pesticides to fracking chemicals—the Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL) warned in a report released Tuesday.
Have them in circles
49 people
KNUJ Radio's profile photo
Zack Swire's profile photo
raymond bryant's profile photo
D.T. Kannan's profile photo
Sammy Arthur's profile photo
Gina Amico's profile photo
Diane Vanness's profile photo
Katya Kean's profile photo
Janet, Jenner & Suggs's profile photo
Wood smoke can impact the health of your family and those around you. Here's how to protect yourself. Protect your health · Outdoor air quality · Protect your health · Indoor air quality. Current conditions. Air Quality legend. What do these ratings mean? Forecast. Take action. Improve the air ...
We need chemical policy reform for the health and safety of all Americans. Guess who's standing in the way?
Scientists report worrisome changes to liver and kidney genes in rats, adding to evidence that a popular herbicide may be toxic. August 28, 2015. By Brian Bienkowski Environmental Health News. Long-term exposure to tiny amounts of Roundup—thousands of times lower than what is permitted in U.S. ...
A community for environmentally sensitive Minnesotans and those who care about them
MISSION STATEMENT:  Environmental Illness Network Minnesota is a community where environmentally sensitive Minnesotans and the people (and organizations) who care about them, can:
  • Form connections
  • Learn from each other
  • Identify local resources
  • Cooperatively overcome obstacles

Check out Environmental Illness Network Minnesota's local social media community website.