What’s the best way to get Congress’s attention to reform our 30-year-old chemical policies and to get toxic chemicals out of everyday household products?
How about organizing a million babies to crawl to Washington, D.C. to demand Congress take action and reform our health and environmental protection laws?
Okay, maybe getting even one baby to crawl to D.C. would be a little hard. So Seventh Generation, the maker of natural household products, has launched a virtual march on Washingon D.C. to capture the attention of Congress and show support for chemicals policy reform.
In this surprising form of online activism – each crawler represents a virtual signature on a petition that gets delivered to Congress in January. So far, over 15,000 people have signed on to crawl to Washington to demand chemical policy reform.
Hopefully, this will get politicians’ attention as more and more people – and even a few companies like Seventh Generation – are organizing to say “no” to toxic chemicals in household products!
Click here to join the Crawl and demand chemical policy reform.