Partners

NAEM is a specialty membership organization created in 2008 by three visionary Naturopathic Doctors (Walter Crinnion, Jessica Tran and Lyn Patrick) with the goal of providing clinical tools for practitioners  in environmental medicine. “Our goal is to help every clinician easily access and apply fundamental and advanced environmental medicine principles to restore and improve the health of their patients.”

SAGE  is an ad hoc alliance created in 2020 of science-based individuals including geneticists, plant biologists, scientific journalists, farmers, physicians, students and epidemiologists with a focus on issues related to genetic engineering.

SAGE in Bolivia | The SAGE Team

The Soil Not Oil Coalition is a group of scientists, environmental organizations and citizens who share concerns over the decline in soil health, which is the result of the use of fossil fuels and synthetic products during the last 60 years. We believe that restructuring land management practices is key to combating climate change, restoring water cycles, reducing global environmental pollution, stopping ocean acidification, re-establishing biodiversity, improving food production and revitalizing local economies across the planet.
The Cigarette Surfboards are built from thousands of beach-littered cigarette butts, and serve as a platform to spark ocean stewardship within the surf community and beyond. Our feature-length documentary provides viewers an up-close experience of the ocean through surfers’ eyes by highlighting the important role the ocean plays in our lives and on our planet — from the waves we surf to the air we breathe. All of our actions on land directly impact the health of our oceans.

The MADE SAFE seal means that the certified product has been Made with Safe Ingredients, that is to say, ingredients that are not known or suspected to harm human health, animals, aquatic life or any part of the ecosystem. It’s the most rigorous and protective nontoxic certification that applies to a wide array of everyday household items. For the first time, shoppers can easily identify products that are safe to use on their body, with their families and in their homes.