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A Firsthand Account of the Ravages of Lead Poisoning

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On February 17, New Hampshire’s Senate Health & Human Services Committee held a public hearing on SB 135, a bill designed to better protect New Hampshire kids from the co Read More

Childhood Lead Poisoning: A Persistent Problem, Solutions Needed

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We must do a better job in New Hampshire and across New England of protecting our children from the devastating impacts of childhood lead poisoning.Photo: Alex via photopin (licens Read More

Childhood Lead Poisoning: A Preventable Disease

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In my last blog – the second in a series about childhood lead poisoning – I discussed the fact that not nearly enough kids in New Hampshire are being tested for le Read More

A great ‘Hullabaloo’

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Saturday 10th November was the Cottesloe ‘Hullabaloo Festival’ in Napoleon Street. The busy street is closed to traffic all day and soon fills up with stalls from nearb Read More
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  • Date Added: Nov 13, 2012
  • By Cottesloe Coastcare Association

Unexpected encounters with a painted lady

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John and I visited the Agave patch, expecting it to be in flower - instead we found painted ladies (Gladiolus angustus) which we embraced with vigour, using our weeding implements Read More

Fight Toxic Chemicals: Make Some Art!

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Momentum is building in the movement for safe chemicals. Just last week, we told you about the exciting news that Senator Dianne Feinstein agreed to co-sponsor the Safe Chemicals A Read More

Copper Antifouling Paint Ban Bill Passes Senate Committe

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Lake St Clair art exhibition features this year's Glover prize painting

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This year's Glover prize winning painting Looking South from the Labyrinth to Mount Olympus and Lake St Clair, by Mark Rodda, will be the centrepiece of an art exhibition celebrati Read More
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  • Date Added: May 26, 2014
  • By Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service

Lead Law Moving Forward in New Hampshire Legislature

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Photo credit: Ecophotography While many of us believe childhood lead poisoning is a thing of the past, the sad truth is that it’s not. In fact, every year, more than 1,000 Ne Read More

Painting the Jungle Shop

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