With funding support from Healthy Babies Bright Futures and the Mayors Innovation Project, the Madison team took their Energy Efficiency Navigator program one giant step forward by incorporating lead and mold abatement.
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OEC and Oregon Metro partnered with Hacienda CDC — an affordable housing provider in the Portland metro region — to develop a tailored curriculum to reduce neurotoxic chemical exposures for kids and families living in Hacienda properties.
Exciting news: Healthy Babies Bright Futures and the Mayors Innovation Project just announced the winners of our 2022 Healthy Babies Initiative! Six new city projects will tackle one of three neurotoxic exposures to babies.
The National League of Cities partnered with Bright Cities to convene local and state leaders for a conversation about strategies to equitably reduce exposures that harm the developing brain while providing climate adaptation co-benefits, and the impact on children’s ability to grow and thrive in their communities.
How can we continue to build the connections between healthy brain development, climate, and justice? For Earth Day—and for all the children in our lives—let’s just “try it" using the Bright Cities Earth Day Checklist.
Submit your proposal to equitably reduce air pollution, lead, or other neurotoxic exposures that harm children’s brain development, have resilience co-benefits, and leverage bipartisan infrastructure law funds when possible.