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Across the globe women are cleaning up pollution ; protecting families and the planet; and advocating on behalf of the most vulnerable.
Join us to learn from and recognize three women leaders who will receive Pure Earth's inaugural "Force of Nature Award"
-Charlotte Triefus, Pure Earth Board Member
-Larah Ortega Ibanez, Philippines Director, Pure Earth
-Mary Collene Daet, HSBC Volunteer Leader
Exposures to dangerous chemicals have a multigenerational impact on women and families. Pregnant women can transmit toxins to their infants in utero and via breast milk. Toxic exposures have been linked to pre-term birth, infant mortality and developmental disabilities. Millions of women work in artisanal industries such as small-scale gold mining and battery recycling that pollute and use dangerous chemicals. The workplace toxins follow them home on their clothes, skin and in their hair, contaminating entire households.
Once educated on the dangers and sources of toxins, Pure Earth’s experts report that it’s the women in the community who often take charge—participating in our trainings on how to clean up pollutants in the home and workplace and protect children from future exposures. They are also the most vocal advocates.
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