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  • Four of NRDC’s offices — Chicago, Beijing, San Francisco, and Santa Monica — are now featured on the International Living Future Institute’s Biophilic Design Map. The map showcases beautiful environments that embody a “love of life” or “the human affiliation with nature.” “We incorporate biophilic elements into our spaces not only because they are enjoyable, beautiful, and make staff happier, healthier, and more productive,” said NRDC’s Facilities and Workplace Wellness manager, Annalise Dum. “Perhaps most intimately, biophilic elements within our offices reflect NRDC’s values and mission to safeguard the earth, its people, its plants and animals, and the natural systems upon which all life depends.”

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    The Biophilic Map is a databank for case studies which have implemented Biophilic Design at the core of their design process.

  • In a win for public health, the FDA sided with NRDC and our allies, and banned seven cancer-causing chemicals added to a variety of food and beverages for artificial flavoring—from ice cream and baked goods, to gum and beer.

    FDA Bans Seven Food Additives that Cause Cancer

    Consumers will no longer have to worry about these hidden carcinogenic ingredients in their food. In response to a lawsuit brought by NRDC and a coalition of health, consumer, and environmental groups, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration today banned seven cancer-causing chemicals found in artificial flavoring used for various food and beverages.

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    New York governor Andrew Cuomo recently released an ambitious energy efficiency plan that will substantially cut emissions, save customers money, create thousands of jobs, and make the state's renewable energy efforts go even further:

  • NRDC Wins David-and-Goliath Case Against Monsanto

    In a huge victory for public health and the environment, a California court ruled on April 19 that glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide, must continue to be listed as a carcinogen under Proposition 65, a voter initiative enacted in 1986 to help Californians make informed decisions about protecting themselves from chemicals known to cause cancer or reproductive harm. Monsanto had challenged glyphosate’s addition to the list, but both a trial and an appellate court dismissed the company’s arguments.

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    Victory! A California court ruling keeps the chemical glyphosate, the active ingredient in the Monsanto's herbicide Roundup, publicly listed as a carcinogen under the voter initiative Proposition 65. Learn more:

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