I just received an interesting email from the Center for Health, Environment and Justice. I'm not sure what I think yet- but thought I'd pass the info along. They are a trustworthy organization. -Sarah Join CHEJ and communities all across the country on October 29 for the first National Day of Action asking Disney to Go Green! Through the passage of several state green cleaning laws and the widespread availability of safer and healthier cleaning alternatives, Americans are well aware of the health impacts of toxic cleaning products. People all over are exchanging their traditional cleaning products for safer ones, but Disney World isn't making the switch. They are still refusing to eliminate toxic cleaning products from their parks, hotels, and restaurants. Families and businesses all across the country are taking action into their own hands by throwing a party, learning more about how easy it is to switch to green cleaning alternatives, and sign postcards urging Disney to go green on October 29. Sign up today to join the campaign! For A Toxic Free Future, Renee Disney Go Green Campaign Coordinator P.S. Did You Know? Did you know that Disney World uses green cleaning products in Animal Kingdom but not in Magic Kingdom? Two years ago CHEJ launched its Disney Go Green! campaign. Disney is a leader in innovation but has yet to take the important steps of eliminating toxic cleaning products from its Disney World parks, hotels and restaurants, like it has in Animal Kingdom to protect its animals. To find out more about the Disney Go Green National Day of Action check this out. This message is brought to you by the Center for Health, Environment and Justice. For more information visit the CHEJ homepage at www.chej.org.