<![CDATA[Ecoclues - Blog]]>Mon, 12 Nov 2018 04:53:51 -0800Weebly<![CDATA[The Story of Cosmetics]]>Sat, 10 Dec 2016 09:30:30 GMThttp://ecoclues.com/blog/the-story-of-cosmeticsThe Story of Cosmetics, released on July 21, 2010, examines the pervasive use of toxic chemicals in our everyday personal care products, from lipstick to baby shampoo. The seven-minute film reveals the implications for consumer and worker health and the environment, and outlines ways we can move the industry away from hazardous chemicals and towards safer alternatives.

Annotated Script
<![CDATA[Chemical Information from ECHA]]>Sat, 10 Dec 2016 09:28:32 GMThttp://ecoclues.com/blog/chemical-information-from-echaThis is unique source of information on the chemicals manufactured and imported in Europe. It covers their hazardous properties, classification and labelling, and information on how to use them safely. This information is a valuable resource for advancing the safe use of chemicals and for the replacement of the most hazardous ones by safer alternatives.
As from 20 January 2016, information on up to 120 000 chemicals is enriched and structured in three layers: infocard, brief profile and detailed source data.
This provides a single point of access to meaningful information on chemicals, promoting their safe use and relevant quality of data.

<![CDATA[´╗┐THE STORY OF ELECTRONICS]]>Sat, 10 Dec 2016 08:00:00 GMThttp://ecoclues.com/blog/the-story-of-electronicsThe Story of Electronics,  employs the Story of Stuff style to explore the high-tech revolution's collateral damage—25 million tons of e-waste and counting, poisoned workers and a public left holding the bill.
  Host Annie Leonard takes viewers from the mines and factories where our gadgets begin to the horrific backyard recycling shops in China where many end up. The film concludes with a call for a green 'race to the top' where designers compete to make long-lasting, toxic-free products that are fully and easily recyclable.

Our production partner on the electronics film is the Electronics TakeBack Coalition, which promotes green design and responsible recycling in the electronics industry."

To access the annotated script with all the facts go  to  http://storyofstuff.org/pdfs/electronics/SoE_footnoted_script.pdf 
Source: http://storyofstuff.org/electronics/downloads/]]>