A clean environment keeps people healthy.

We have a right to clean air, water, and chemical-free food. Updating research studies, guidelines, and appropriate legislation will protect these resources and stop environmental destruction before it occurs.

Increasing our use of biodegradable materials will reduce our use of petroleum-based products, fossil fuels, and non-biodegradable materials, thereby reducing risks to our health and that of our environment.

Establishing an R4 (Reduce. Reuse. Repurpose. Recycle.) program will protect our environment by reducing the need for landfills and keeping non-biodegradable plastics and other materials out of our oceans and other waterways.

Trudy Berry

Trudy Berry