The Endocrine Disruption Exchange

Partnering with Nonprofits

TEDX partners with nonprofit organizations to help bring scientific information to key decision makers. We provide a variety of services, including identifying and evaluating scientific research on chemicals and health conditions, delivering presentations and providing testimony in our areas of expertise, making connections with relevant experts, and collaborating on projects large and small. 

Resources for nonprofits

Endocrine Resources

Get key talking points on Endocrine Disruption.

Download our Endocrine Disruption Infographics and Fact Sheet designed to deliver basic information to policy makers and the public (available in multiple languages).

Listen to our webinars to hear about the latest developments in endocrine disruption science.

Oil & Gas Resources

Learn the basics of Unconventional Oil and Gas development.

Hear leading experts answer your questions on our podcast Fracking and Health: Ask an Expert, and listen to scientists present their data in our webinars.

Our FrackHealth Database puts science at your fingertips. Search among published studies of health effects associated with unconventional oil and gas operations for just what you need.

PFAS Resources

TEDX is developing resources on PFAS chemicals (Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances).

Read our comments sent in April 2019 to New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services on maximum contaminant level (MCL) rule making for drinking water and ground water standards.

View our earlier PFAS comments sent to New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services and New York State Department of Health, on setting MCLs for PFAS in drinking water.

Read our comments submitted in January, in partnership with NRDC, Sierra Club, EWG, and Center for Environmental Health, on EPA's draft toxicity assessments for two PFAS of emerging concern, PFBS and GenX.   

Check back in with us for additional PFAS resources coming soon, including an interactive database of PFAS health and toxicology studies.