Endocrine Disruptors Action Group brings together researchers concerned with the widespread presence of endocrine disrupting chemicals in commodities, built environments, industrial emissions, ecosystems, waters, and atmospheres. EDAction advocates for improvements to Canadian toxics governance and seeks to advance critical discussions about the regulation, science, and monitoring of endocrine disrupting chemicals. EDAction was formed in the summer of 2015.
The work of EDAction is funded by a SSHRC Insight Grant, and is supported by the Technoscience Research Unit and the Politics of Evidence Working Group. Members include Michelle Murphy, Max Liboiron, Dayna Scott, Reena Shadaan, Judyannet Muchiri, and Natasha Myers.