Inspiring the Next Generation

2012 Corporate Responsibility Report

work for a while and was impressed with their focus on empowering women’s health. But it really clicked for me when I heard about their successful change.org campaign to urge Procter & Gamble to reformulate Tide laundry detergent to reduce levels of 1,4-dioxane. WVE is not just a few voices in Montana; they are harnessing the energy of women across the globe so they can raise their voices to advocate for changes that support women’s health and women’s bodies.” Informed Green Solutions, Inc. (IGS) is another organization on the front lines in the fight to keep harmful chemicals out of our environment through an emphasis on environmentally preferable purchasing and green cleaning. Seventh Generation is supporting IGS with a grant to benefit young children who attend child care centers in Vermont. IGS will educate school personnel on improving indoor air quality by purchasing products that have the least impact on human health and the environment. IGS has a proven track record in this area. The organization has helped to transform 120 Vermont school-cleaning policies, effectively eliminating an estimated 18,000 pounds of hazardous cleaning products annually from Vermont’s environment, resulting in cleaner air for nearly 40,000 Vermont children. Inspiring the Next Generation Seventh Generation has partnered with Earth Echo International on a campaign to inspire young people to create a “Toxin-Free Generation.” seventhgeneration.com/2012report   29 Enhancing Health


2012 Corporate Responsibility Report
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