The CEHC is working to build capacity and support for a coordinated toxics reduction strategy to protect people across Colorado from chemical toxics that are ubiquitous in our air, water, communities, and consumer products.
We are leveraging the diverse expertise of this network of legislators, academics, health and environmentally-focused organizations, and agencies through education, research, and advocacy. Unfortunately, Colorado has few laws protecting people, wildlife, and natural ecosystems. At a time when a toxic-free environment is critical to good health, particularly in disadvantaged communities, the CEHC is developing solutions and strategies to address this gap—interested in joining?
Backed by sales of the Colorado Pollinator License Plate, this Fund will provide small grants to community organizations, businesses, governments, schools, farms, tribes, public housing, and other institutions to develop, expand, restore, or protect healthy pollinator habitat.