Urgent: Investors needed! EHC-D Condos set to close 10/31
Investors needed before October 31 in order to keep the 21 environmentally safer condo units at the Marriott Hotel in Dallas open. Please help spread the word!
Sign petition today to keep MCS mom with her children
Please sign this petition to show your support for an Indiana mother with environmental illness who is at risk of losing her children in a custody battle with her estranged husband. He is claiming she is mentally ill because she has chemical sensitivity.
Virtual Environmental Sensitivities Symposium March 23
Save the Date! Lucinda Curran of Eco Health Solutions (Australia) has put together an amazing collection of speakers for a virtual 8-day symposium on Environmental Sensitivities.
Dan’s return to health from severe environmental illness
Dan Ross shares about his miraculous recovery from severe chemical and electromagnetic sensitivity using Annie Hopper's Dynamic Neural Retraining System™.
Unifying Walk Performance Monday, November 17
Part 2 of the Community Tea performance art piece is happening tomorrow, Monday, November 17th at 4:30 pm CST in Chicago and it will take the form of a unifying walk.
Eco-friendly laundromat in Portland, Oregon
Morgan Gary's eco-friendly Spin Laundry Lounge in Portland, Oregon leads the way in redefining the laundry experience.
The unstoppable Amelia Hill
Long-time Planet Thrive member and survivor of severe environmental illness and myalgic encephalomyelitis, Amelia Hill flies the flag for invisible illness.
‘The Canaries’ book available for purchase
Photographer Thilde Jensen's long awaited 'The Canaries' book is finally available to purchase.
Swiss teamwork creates non-toxic apartments
Fifteen apartments built for people with chemical sensitivities are scheduled to be completed near Zurich, Switzerland in 2013.
We can experience some amount of healing by recreating our vision of home and reestablishing a connection with "home" being a positive thing in our lives.
Seeking Participants for MCS Work Study
MCS researcher Pamela Reed Gibson, PhD and her team at James Madison University are seeking participants for a new study of persons with chemical sensitivities in the workplace.