Featured in the film Atomic Homefront and co-founded by Karen Nickel and Dawn Chapman, Just Moms STL aims to bring a safe and permanent solution for the radioactive waste at West Lake Landfill in North St. Louis County, and the voluntary buyout of all residents one mile from the Landfill.
The Coldwater Creek – Just the Facts Please Facebook page was created to investigate the possibility of a cancer cluster around North St. Louis County's Coldwater Creek, potentially caused by radioactive waste dumped near the St. Louis Airport.
Co-founded by Lois Marie Gibbs, CHEJ helps people have a say in the environmental policies and decisions that affect their health and well-being through training, coalition-building, and one-on-one technical and organizing assistance.
This group works to protect and restore the environment through education, public engagement, and legal action.
This group organizes, mobilizes and empowers people in the U.S. and across the world to build a safe, clean and affordable nuclear-free carbon-free energy future for our planet.
This map from ProPublica's "Bombs In Our Backyard" series shows military operations sites around the U.S. contaminated with toxic waste and explosives.
Do you live near a Superfund site or know someone who does? This site shows "the contaminated sites in the U.S. that exist due to hazardous waste being dumped, left out in the open, or otherwise improperly managed."