Environmental Working Group's "Cooking Tips in 60 Seconds: Tabbouleh"
A 60 second, step-by-step cooking guide on how to prepare Tabbouleh, a traditional middle eastern salad. Watch EWG nutritionist, Dawn Undurraga, demonstrate how to cook this fast, nutritious, and affordable meal!
Learn more and find other great recipes: www.ewg.org/goodfood
Environmental Working Group's Good Food on a Tight Budget
DC chef Alli Sosna, EWG nutritionist Dawn Undurraga and Share Our Strength's Laura Seman explain how providing healthy food on a limited budget for your family is possible, and demonstrate how EWG's Good Food on a Tight Budget helps to do so.
President Obama Signs Camp Lejeune Health Bill, EWG There to Celebrate Victory!
Now thousands of veterans and families poisoned by toxic drinking water at Camp Lejeune can receive the care they deserve. Watch the interview with the people who helped make this historic day possible - retired Marine Jerry Ensminger, breast cancer survivor Mike Partain, filmmaker Rachel Libert and EWG's Chief of Staff, Heather White.
Video: TSCA Reform - Why it Matters
EWG's Chief of Staff, Heather White, explains why reform of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) is needed to protect kids and adults from toxics chemicals like flame retardants, found in unexpected places like peanut butter.
Heather shares her personal story about why reforming this Act matters to her and her family.
EWG's Ken Cook Explains the Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA)
A short clip from the video "10 Americans".EWG President Ken Cook, explains the Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) of 1976 and why reform is needed to help protect people of all ages, especially babies, from toxic chemicals found in consumer products.
Watch the full video: http://youtu.be/0-kc3AIM_LU
Video: 10 Americans
Watch EWG president Ken Cook share shocking information about how babies are born pre-polluted with as many as 300 industrial chemicals in their bodies. One of the most entertaining and sobering presentations that you'll see about the health effects of environmental pollution.
The Drought's Impact on Crop Insurance
Environmental Working Group held a media briefing with Dr. Bruce Babock of Iowa State University to discuss the 2012 drought and its implication for the federal crop insurance program.
Groups Voice Their Concerns with the House Farm Bill
Environmental, anti-hunger, public health, labor, and animal welfare groups hosted a press conference at the National Press Club to voice concerns with the recently passed House Agriculture Committee 2012 farm bill. Representatives from The Humane Society of the United States, Bread for the World, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, Natural Resources Defense Council, Defenders of Wildlife, Center for Food Safety, and Environmental Working Group detailed their concerns.
Eat your Veggies! EWG Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce
Learn more about the Environmental Working Group's "Shopper's Guide to Pesticide and Produce." EWG's Senior Research Analyst, Sonya Lunder, introduces the 2012 Shopper's Guide and how you can use it to help you determine which fruits and vegetables have the most pesticide residues and are the most important to buy organic.