Greenleaf Communities was established as a nonprofit 501(c)(3) ‘sister’ organization to ‘advance a healthy and sustainable world’ specifically through the advancement of applying research intelligence to inform changed policies and practices that reduce environmentally-mediated causes of disease (e.g., cancer). We recognize that environmental impacts on water and food security, together with events related to climate change, are likely to influence population movements and exacerbate disease, adversely affecting human health. Greenleaf Communities addresses this challenge by recruiting and organizing multidisciplinary teams of scientists, technologists and community leaders to work together across their areas of expertise for the advancement of changed practices that eliminate toxic exposure from food, water, air and urban environments. We invite new participants and support to this growing community of intelligence committed to preventing unnecessary human illness.
Go to the Greenleaf Communities website.