One is a guide for healthier living and toxin awareness.
The other is a lifestyle guide for better Boomer living.
Where one guide is for everyone seeking a less toxic choice in a more toxic world, the other shows what to do while you’re sorting things out.
Environmental Working Group, EWG, shows up on a tremendous website.
Everything you need to know about environmental threats come under buttons labeled “About Us, News, Key Issues, Research, Consumer Guides, Support Our Work, and Take Action.”
Sub-headings include “Any, Toxics, Consumer Products, Energy, Farming, Food, and Water.”
Not much left off here.
NW Boomer works to raise the level of awareness, which is where EWG takes off.
Based in Portland, Oregon, you might read about poison air on boomerpdx with a link to Precision Castparts.
NW Boomer warns against too much sun exposure, but EWG warns against bad sun protection.
For most questions about how to live safer in dangerous times, EWG rules the roost.
With a little help, Portland Baby Boomers can feel safer too.
That’s a lifestyle change worth making.