We are over 100 diverse organizations committed to preventing more chemical disasters before they happen. We are united in our call for President Obama and the Environmental Protection Agency to take action now to protect workers and fenceline communities!

We know that such action has been delayed for far too long. On Aug 1, 2013, over 100 organizations sent a letter to EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy, urging her to use existing authority under the Clean Air Act to protect people, homes, schools, and businesses from preventable disasters by ensuring the use of safer chemicals and processes when they are available. 

Advocates for Environmental Human Rights
Air Alliance Houston
Asian Pacific Environmental Network
Basel Action Network
Beyond Pesticides
BlueGreen Alliance
Breast Cancer Fund
Center for Community Change
Center for Effective Government
Citizen’s Environmental Coalition
Citizens for Sanity.com, Inc.
Clean Air Coalition of Western New York
Clean and Healthy New York
Clean Production Action
Clean Water Action
Clean Water Action, California
Clean Water Action, Chesapeake Region
Clean Water Action, Colorado
Clean Water Action, CONN
Clean Water Action, FL
Clean Water Action, Mass
Clean Water Action, Michigan
Clean water Action, Minnesota
Clean Water Action, New Jersey
Clean Water Action, PENN
Clean Water Action, Rhode Island
CLean Water Action, Texas
Coastal Women for Change
Communications Workers of America
Concerned Citizens of Wagon Mound and Mora County
Deep South Center for Environmental Justice
Delaware Concerned Residents for Environmental Justice
Don’t Waste Arizona
Earth Day Coalition
Empire State Consumer Project
Enviro America
Environment North Carolina
Environment Texas
Environmental Defense Fund
Environmental Health Fund
Environmental Health Project
Environmental Justice and Health Alliance for Chemical Policy Reform
Environmental Working Group
Farmworkers Ass. of Florida
Friends of the Earth
Global Community Monitor
Green For All
Green Science Policy Inst.
Health Care Without Harm
Healthy Building Network
Illinois PIRG
Indiana Toxics Action Project
International Campaign for Responsible Technology
Investor Environmental Health Network
Just Transition Alliance
Kentucky Environmental Foundation
League of Conservation Voters
Lone Star Chapter of Sierra Club
Los Jardines Institute (The Gardens Institute)
Louisiana Bucket Brigade
Maryland Pesticide Network
Maryland PIRG
Mom’s Clean Air Force
Mossville Environmental Action Now
National Domestic Workers Alliance
National Peoples’ Action
NJ Work Enviro Council
Oregon Enviro Council
Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility
Physicians for Social Responsibility
Physicians for Social Responsibility LA
PODER Austin
Public Citizen
Public Citizen, Texas
Rebuild the Dream
Science and Enviro Health Network
Second Look
Sierra Club
Society for Occupational and Environmental Health
Union of Concerned Scientists
United Steel, Paper and Forestry, Rubber, Manufacturing...
University of Illionis
Washington Toxics Coalition
WE ACT for Enviro Justice
Women’s Voices for the Earth