Resource Library

The Resource Library contains publications, links, recordings, and other material on environmental health and environmental justice topics from HEFN and external sources.

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M+R Strategic Services
This is an independent evaluation of foundation grants and project-based work to reform federal, state, and corporate policy on toxics.  The Forsythia Foundation, the John Merck Fund,...
Through an interview with Forsythia Foundation founder, Alison Carlson, an "Inside Philanthropy" article shares how and why the foundation invests in Safer Made, a fund to help companies and technologies...
Two girls splashing water in their hands.
Nancy Stoner and Gail Bingham
Even after the Flint water crisis, millions of Americans still have unhealthy levels of lead in their drinking water with children and underserved communities disproportionately...
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NetGain Partnership
What does the digital security landscape look like for civil society organizations and how can grantmakers better identify groups that may face a higher cybersecurity risk?
Hundreds of communities face health threats from toxic exposures.   By investing in collaborative organizing -- such as...
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Angela Glover Maxwell
This article in the Stanford Social Innovation Review outlines how laws and programs designed to benefit vulnerable groups, such as the disabled or people of color, often end up...
HEFN Steering Committee
This document provides information on HEFN's membership policies, benefits, and dues schedule.
Drinking Water Report to the President
President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology
This report was presented to President Obama by the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology.
United States Global Research Program
This report offers a scientific assessment of a growing public health threat, The Impacts of Climate Change...

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Blog posted on September 14, 2017
The question I ask daily is, of these good people with kindness in their hearts, are there more outspoken than silent ones? Are there more activated people than passive ones? Are there more brave...
Ruth Hennig
Blog posted on August 14, 2017
HEFN and this funder community are deeply grateful for Ruth Hennig’s many contributions to the environmental health movement. Here are Ruth’s reflections and advice as she prepares to move on after...

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