Move the Market.org partners with leading non-profit organizations on campaigns to move the market to safe products, healthy food and clean production. We specialize in communications and campaign strategies to change the practices of corporations, build political power and transform polluting industries. We are working on campaigns to save the bees, label genetically engineered foods, get cancer-causing chemicals out of cosmetics, advance green chemistry and create an economy that values life and health for all.
For over a decade, Stacy Malkan has led campaigns to move the market to safer products. Stacy is currently co-director of U.S. Right to Know, a new nonprofit organization devoted to exposing what the food industry doesn't want us to know about our food. She is the author of the award-winning book, "Not Just a Pretty Face: The Ugly Side of the Beauty Industry" (New Society, 2007) and co-founder of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, a coalition of nonprofit health and environmental groups that is shifting the $60 billion beauty industry away from harmful chemicals. Stacy was named "one of five visionaries leading the charge to better health," by Experience Life! Magazine, and "one of seven powerful women in the natural beauty industry," by NewHope360. Stacy has generated thousands of media stories about safer products and she has appeared on Good Morning America, CBS Morning Show, Democracy Now!, Fran Drescher's Tawk Show, NBC, ABC and in New York Times, USA Today, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, Globe & Mail, San Jose Mercury News and she writes for Huffington Post. She has appeared in documentary films including The Human Experiment, Unacceptable Levels, Stink!, Chemerical and Pink Skies.
In 2012, Stacy was media director for the historic California Right to Know ballot initiative to label genetically engineered foods, and she produced the acclaimed online conference "GMOs: What You Need to Know." From 2001–2008 Stacy was communications director for Health Care Without Harm, which got mercury out of hospitals and closed down medical waste incinerators around the world. Prior to her work as an environmental health activist, Stacy worked as a journalist for eight years in Colorado and she published an investigative newspaper, The Summit Free Press, from 1994-2000.
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