Our Stolen Futurea book by Theo Colborn, Dianne Dumanoski, and John Peterson Myers



This file holds archives of new developments during 1999. Other archives hold material from 2000 and 2001. New Developments contains the most recent materials. For a broad overview of the scientific trends since OSF was published, see Broad Trends. And for pointers to a host of important new research results, organized by topic, visit Recent Important Studies.


Mattell commits to phthalate-free toys . December 1999.
New York Times coverage.

The European Union bans phthalates in kid's toys. December 1999.

Sheldon Krimsky publishes Hormonal Chaos , a book about the development of endocrine disruption as a scientific and policy issue. November 1999

The National Academy of Sciences issues a report on "hormonally active agents," confirming the basic thesis of Our Stolen Future. August 1999


July 1999. Ted Schettler, Gina Solomon, Maria Valenti and Annette Huddle publish "Generations at Risk" (MIT Press), a comprehensive book about the science and law of reproductive toxicology.






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