What are human beings without animals? If all animals ceased to exist, human beings would die of a great loneliness of the spirit. For whatever happens to the animals will happen also to human beings. . . . All things connect.
—Chief Seattle

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The “war on cancer” will not be won until we focus on prevention. We must start by cleaning up our environment. Our government and big corporations will not do this. By sharing information and helping one another, we the people can prevent cancer, birth defects, asthma, neurological damage, dementia, and other illnesses. We can make a difference.

Below are websites that provide information about safe ways to control pests, generate power and improve our market choices. Some sites focus on the economic and political forces that fuel this epidemic of disease. If you have a site you think should be added to this list, please send it to
Order the book The Code Killers: Why DNA and ionizing radiation are a dangerous mix, an expose of the nuclear industry, by Ace Hoffman
The American Indigenous Research Association’s mission is to educate researchers and the public about the importance of Indigenous Research Methodologies and to promote incorporation of these methodologies into all research that engages Indigenous peoples and communities. Membership in the Association is free and available to professionals, students, and community members alike.
“Breast Cancer Action carries the voices of people affected by breast cancer to inspire and compel the changes necessary to end the epidemic.”
“Birth Defect Research for Children, Inc. (BDRC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides parents and expectant parents with information about birth defects and support services for their children. BDRC has a parent-matching program that links families who have children with similar birth defects. BDRC also sponsors the National Birth Defect Registry, a research project that studies associations between birth defects and exposures to radiation, medication, alcohol, smoking, chemicals, pesticides, lead, mercury, dioxin and other environmental toxins.”
Breast Cancer Options is part of the Mid Hudson Options Project, a breast cancer support, health information and advocacy group. We are a federally approved 501(c)3 and all donations are tax deductible.

Our Mission is to educate breast cancer patients about effective treatment options, to advocate for and support informed patient choice and to promote public awareness regarding cancer risk reduction.
Common Dreams is a nonprofit, progressive, nonpartisan citizens’ organization founded in 1997 by political activists Craig Brown and his late wife, Lina Newhouser.
We publish breaking news from a progressive perspective. And the latest ideas, opinions and in-depth analysis by some of the world’s best progressive writers, thinkers and activists.
Our mission: To inform. To inspire. To ignite change for the common good.
A Radical Newsletter in the Struggle for Peace and Social Justice
A 501 (c) 3 foundation, the DLDCF supports research, public policy development and public and health professional education on the environmental causes of cancer. Among the groups and individuals supported by the foundation are: The Center for Environmental Oncology of the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, The Breast Cancer Fund, Annie Sasco, MD, PhD, Team-Leader, INSERM of the University of Bordeaux, Healthy Child Healthy World, Next Generation Choices Foundation, and the Coalition of Organizations on the Environment and Jewish Life.
Features the work of investigative journalist/publisher Michael Collins and editor/webmaster Denise Anne Duffield. EnviroReporter makes extensive use of original radiation tests, videos, databases, photographs and graphics. These multiple media platforms engage the reader and back up with hard data multiple discoveries that have been made in the course of ongoing investigations.

Enviro Close-UP with Karl Grossman
About this original series: EnviroVideo produces environmental and social justice programs for television—including interview and news shows, specials, and documentaries. The underlying premise of EnviroVideo is that there are critical environmental issues at hand that can best be communicated to large numbers of people through the media most favored for news and information—television and the Internet. And if there is broad public awareness, pressing environmental matters can be dealt with and action taken to truly resolve them.
Environmental Working Group is a research organization based in Washington, D.C. that uses the power of information to protect human health and the environment.
Analysis and solutions to complex engineering, environmental, energy, and legal issues.
The Freedom Archives contain over 5000 hours of audiotapes. These recordings date from the late-60s to the mid-90s and chronicle the progressive history of the Bay Area, the United States, and international solidarity movements. The collection includes weekly news/ poetry/ music programs broadcast on several educational radio stations; in-depth interviews and reports on social and cultural issues; diverse activist voices; original and recorded music, poetry, original sound collages; and an extensive La Raza collection.
Get Set, Inc., Non-Toxic Pest Control
Setting the standard for the elimination of pesticides from your home, school and business.
“Greenaction’s mission is to mobilize community power to win victories that change government and corporate policies to protect health and our environment and promote environmental justice.”
Hazards Magazine is the only independent, union-friendly magazine to win major international awards. Workplace unions are your best hope for better, safer work—and Hazards provides the information and resources to make the union job easier. Hazards looks behind the company safety hype, and gives union answers to workplace problems. Using a global network of union safety correspondents, Hazards makes sure you have the best information available anywhere.
The International Institute of Concern for Public Health is a Canadian-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping communities assess and improve their environmental health status. The IICPH alerts and informs the public of the health hazards of pesticides, nuclear industries and other commercial, military, and industrial products. Independent of government and industry, the Institute provides the evidence and documentation needed by survivors of environmental disasters. This unique and essential service both supports and furthers the key principle on which the IICPH operates: that a safe environment is a fundamental human right.

IICPH works in cooperation with Native Peoples, professionals, grassroots organizations, and citizens groups in Canada, the United States, Russia, the Central Pacific, India, South America, Europe, South Africa, and many other countries.
Where trade unionists start their day on the net.
Global Recognition Campaign for Multiple Chemical Sensitivity and other chemically induced illnesses, diseases and injury affecting civilians and military personnel.
Excellent information about mesothelioma, a rare form of cancer that occurs in the lining of the lung.
He’s funny and he’s right on! Mr. Moore documents the political and economic forces that are undermining our society. There is an extensive set of links to many useful sources on this site.
The Family Farmer Organization mission is to foster sustainable agricultural practices through public educational outreach programs that assure the public the security and benefits of an adequate supply of healthful food, as well as the economic and environmental benefits that accrue to all people through the sound, continuing practices of sustainable family farming.
Nuclear News • Expert Interviews • Activist Opportunities
The activist voice of the anti-nuclear movement produced and hosted by Libbe HaLevy. Find more at Subscribe for free on iTunes:
We are dedicated to compiling the latest and most up-to-date information on pleural mesothelioma and offer a number of resources to those coping with the pulmonary cancer. From treatment options to top doctors and the best cancer centers in the United States, is a one-stop resource for pleural mesothelioma patients and their families.
Physicians for a National Health Program is a non-profit research and education organization of 17,000 physicians, medical students and health professionals who support single-payer national health insurance.
“Fighting for a safer environment at home, in the community and at work. The Cancer Prevention Coalition, Inc. (CPC), which opened its national office in Chicago in July 1994, is a unique nationwide coalition of leading independent experts in cancer prevention and public health, together with citizen activists and representatives of organized labor, public interest, environmental and women’s health groups. Our goal is to reduce escalating cancer rates through a comprehensive strategy of outreach, public education, advocacy and public policy initiatives to establish prevention as the nation’s foremost cancer policy.”
One of the best-written, and well-documented independent publications. It provides information on health and the environment, including social, political and economic factors.
The Radiation and Public Health Project (RPHP) is a nonprofit educational and scientific organization, established by scientists and physicians dedicated to understanding the relationships between low-level, nuclear radiation and public health. The RPHP Study grew out of Jay M. Gould’s book, The Enemy Within: The High Cost of Living Near Nuclear Reactors, which found that women living within 100 miles of nuclear reactors are at greatest risk of dying of breast cancer.

Our current emphasis is on The Tooth Fairy Project, a study of the levels of strontium-90 in baby teeth. By measuring these teeth we are able to determine the extent to which radionuclides are entering our bodies. Once sufficient data is collected, RPHP will evaluate whether this radioactivity raises the risk of cancer.
SAFER WORLD is a private independent international internet-network for a safer environment.
Steve Tvedten does not call it PESTISAFE® without reason. Look to Steve, with his 35 years of experience in the field to determine how to control insect pests without harming yourself, your family or the environment.

Steve knows the hazards of toxic chemical pesticides and the harm they can do to humans and the environment. He has done his research and devised methods to safely control most household and farm pests, from head lice to termites.

Without charge to any of us, he has posted his encyclopedia THE BEST CONTROL II, containing over 2800 safe and effective alternatives to poisonous chemical pesticides. His latest copyrighted encyclopedia is available without charge at

Save yourself, your family and the planet from toxic chemicals with this insightful and useful information.
The Canadian group that puts prevention first. An excellent source of information.
Safe, non-toxic approach to pest management. Steve Tvedten has more than 35 years in the pest control business, and has researched and applied safe methods of pest management successfully in over 350 schools. He has produced The Best Control, an easily searched CD-ROM that contains information and advice about safe pest control. It gives step-by-step directions for using common household items and other safe methods to discourage and rid yourself of many of your worst pests. This do-it-yourself approach can assist you in keeping your family, school, business and neighborhood pesticide free. The methods and materials recommended in this book are referred to as “Pestisafes” as opposed to “pesticides”. Pestisafe® is a registered trademark of Stephen Tvedten.
This is a source of news and background information that is not included in the mainstream press. Tom Paine was the one who got the truth to the citizens, and the truth is needed now more than ever.

University of South Carolina Chernobyl Research Initiative
The management team is: Dr. Timothy A. Mousseau, University of South Carolina,
Dr. Anders P. Møller, Université Paris-Sud, and Dr. Gennadi Milinevsky, University of Kyiv
One of the best and most active organizations: The Washington Toxics Coalition is a nonprofit, member-based organization dedicated to protecting public health and the environment by identifying and promoting alternatives to toxic chemicals. They use research, grassroots organizing, publications and presentations, conferences, and their Toxics Hotline to provide reliable information about preventing pollution in homes, schools, workplaces, agriculture, and industry.
Writings by Marleen M. Quint, Women’s Health and Environmental Advocate and Cancer Survivor
Infrared Breast Imaging, commonly referred to as breast thermography, is a radiation-free, safe, accurate, non-invasive test that can often detect changes that accompany breast disease earlier than breast self-examination, doctor examination or mammography.