Trade

A Blog for and about Funders Focused on Health and the Environment
You may have heard post-election predictions that trade agreements are one of the only topics on which the President and the Republicans think they can find common ground. In fact, the proposed trade deals are about a lot more than “trade,” and they would be...
In this blog post, guest authors make the case for a Surgeon General's-type report is needed before approval is given for a controversial natural gas processing plant in Cove Point, Maryland.
Get the latest scoop on recent domestic and international headlines on toxics issues in this blog post.
The California Endowment's Jennifer Chheang talks about their work to help communities along the I-710 Corridor in California have their vision for healthier conditions incorporated into a major freeway expansion project.
After over 10 years of working on mercury pollution, the Garfield Foundation celebrates the Minamata Convention on Mercury, an international treaty that will create substantial reductions in global mercury pollution. Jennie Curtis, Executive Director of the...
Obama Trade Negotiations
The Jenifer Altman Foundation's Shorey Myers has 5 good, bad, and ugly reasons why US environmental health funders should be interested in the European Union.
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Leslie Hatfield
Steering Committee Member
Leslie is the senior partnership and outreach advisor at GRACE Communications Foundation, where she advises internally and collaborates with like-minded funders and non-government organizations on strategies, movement building, grantmaking and meeting...

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