Moms are working in Texas to fight for clean air and a stable climate. We host events, share information about what’s going on, and create opportunities for mothers to talk to their legislators about their concerns. Please join us in Texas, and let us know about your priorities.
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How we’re making a difference in Texas
Moving San Antonio towards a just, sustainable future.
In September 2018, Moms Clean Air Force’s Texas organizer, DeeDee Belmares, was appointed to serve on the Steering Committee for San Antonio’s Climate Action and Adaptation Plan. With over 1.5 million residents, San Antonio has a population larger than 11 states. DeeDee is working to build a grassroots movement to support the plan and bring the voices of frontline communities to the table.
Creating a sustainable San Antonio.
Moms Clean Air Force is taking on a substantial leadership role in San Antonio to address air quality and climate change. San Antonio is the 7th largest city in the United States — and with a population of over 1.5 million people, the city is actually larger than 11 states.
What happens in San Antonio will have a significant impact not only on Texas, but on the US as a whole.
San Antonio is poised to become a national leader in its response to dangerous global warming. Texas organizer DeeDee Belmares has been appointed to serve on the Steering Committee for San Antonio’s Climate Action and Adaptation Plan.
Moms Clean Air Force is working to ensure that the city’s climate plan is passed and implemented; the plan will reduce greenhouse gas emissions, evaluate climate-related impacts, and provides strategies to adapt and improve resilience in the city. We are also working to ensure that the plan addresses social justice and emphasizes the health benefits of reducing climate pollution, and are engaging Latino and other frontline communities in the campaign. We are building a grassroots force to support the passage of the plan; our volunteers are meeting with city council members and participating in several community-based technical working groups.
Building a network of Latina moms through Ecomadres.
Launched in September 2018, the Ecomadres program brings Latina moms together to address issues of clean air, climate, and toxics that affect the health of Latino children and families. Ecomadres is a collaboration between GreenLatinos and Moms Clean Air Force.
We host weekly cafecitos in San Antonio and around the state that provide opportunities for communities to discuss air quality and climate change. In June 2019, Ecomadres hosted the first cafecito in Laredo, Texas. Watch the news story.
Fighting for protections from oil and gas infrastructure and pollution.
As states like Pennsylvania and New Mexico are moving forward on stronger regulations for oil and gas pollution at the state level, the federal government is working to roll back existing methane regulations at the national level. The Trump Administration’s proposed rollback to the 2016 Methane New Source Performance Standards would add 480,000 tons of methane to the atmosphere over the next seven years. With natural gas infrastructure across the state, Texas would be a significant source of the pollution – and its communities would be significantly impacted by it.
In November 2018, Texas Clean Air Moms joined Moms Clean Air Force members from Pennsylvania, Ohio, North Dakota, Colorado, and New Mexico, in Denver, Colorado, to testify at the only EPA public hearing on the federal methane rollback.
We are already being impacted by climate change.
Although Texas produces the most wind energy of any state, it also leads the country in oil and gas production and emits the most CO2 of any state.
In 2016, Texas emitted 653.8 million metric tons of CO2 — nearly double the second highest emitting state.
Not only do these emissions create significant air pollution issues, but they also contribute to dangerous climate change. Texans are already seeing the impact. Scientists agree that Hurricane Harvey, and many of the hurricanes that have devastated the country in the recent years, were made worse by climate change. Houston is still rebuilding, and Texans must take drastic climate action for the health and safety of communities across the state and country.
Petrochemical facilities put our communities at risk.
The largest city in a state where everything’s bigger, Houston is the oil capital of the nation. Dozens of refineries and chemical facilities line the Houston Ship Channel, part of the Port of Houston and one of the most heavily trafficked waterways in the world. These facilities put the surrounding communities at risk from toxic leaks, explosions, and fires, and add to the pollution burden of a city that fails to meet air quality standards for smog.
In the span of a few weeks between March and April, 2019, there were two major chemical fires in Houston. Near Deer Park on March 17th, a petrochemical storage facility caught fire, releasing toxic chemicals. These chemicals, including benzene, naphtha, and xylene, can cause nausea, headaches, trouble breathing, and even cancer. Schools were closed, re-opened, and closed again because the air still was unsafe to breathe.
Only two weeks later, another chemical fire began in Crosby, endangering the health of yet another community. During this fire, isobutylene, ethanol, and ethyl acrylate were burned and released.
Moms Clean Air Force is fighting for stronger regulations and protections for communities that border these petrochemical facilities. In Houston, there is a chemical spill every 6 weeks. Without stronger health-protective standards that prioritize the health of people over the profits of an industry, our children and communities are at risk.
Our children breathe polluted air.
Smog, or ground level ozone, is a harmful lung irritant. It is formed in the atmosphere when pollutants combine with heat and sunlight. Smog-forming pollutants include Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) such as methane and benzene, and Nitrogen Oxides (NOX) from oil and gas development, cars, trucks, power plants, and factories. With extensive oil and gas infrastructure across the state, Texas has a serious smog problem.
Only 34 of 254 counties in Texas monitor ground level ozone. 15 out of the 34 received an F grade based on the number of high ozone days.
Moms Clean Air Force is especially concerned with pollution from oil and gas production in Texas’s Eagle Ford Shale (just outside San Antonio) and Barnett Shale regions. Both are contributing to an increase in air pollution in San Antonio and other Texas communities. The San Antonio region has been especially hard-hit by recent oil and gas-related increases in smog. In July 2018, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) designated Bexar County (San Antonio) as a “nonattainment” area under federally mandated air quality standards. Moms Clean Air Force Texas is educating San Antonio members about the dangers of oil and gas pollution, and working with regulatory bodies, elected and appointed leaders, and the media to shed light on the health impacts.
We are leading on renewable energy.
There is no arguing that Texas is an oil and gas state. But Texas is also a wind state — the wind state. Texas leads the nation in wind production, producing more wind energy than the next three states combined. With solar energy poised to take off in Texas, a renewable energy Texas may soon be in sight.
A September 2018 study from Rice University found that Texas has the potential to quit coal completely by transitioning to wind and solar.
With its unique geography and wind patterns, Rice researchers found that wind and solar could power the state around the clock — even during peak demand times.
Texas cities are stepping up to the plate to take on significant climate work. In 2019, Austin and San Antonio were named Climate Challenge winners in the American Cities Climate Challenge – an unprecedented opportunity for 25 ambitious cities to significantly deepen and accelerate their efforts to tackle climate change and promote a sustainable future for their residents. Moms Clean Air Force Texas is at the frontlines of this work in San Antonio.
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On March 18, 2019, members of Moms Clean Air Force Texas traveled to Washington, DC to testify in support of the lifesaving Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) at EPA’s hearing on their proposal to undermine MATS.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas field organizer, DeeDee Belmares met with her members of Congress in D.C. to communicate on the dangerous nomination of Andrew Wheeler to head EPA. On January 16, 2019, Moms Clean Air Force members (including kids!) attended Wheeler’s nomination hearing to make it clear that as an ex-coal lobbyist, Wheeler is unfit to run EPA. View photos from the meetings and hearing here.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas gathered to celebrate the shutdown of the Deely coal plant in San Antonio.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas hosted a “Health Cafecito” at Folklores Coffee Shop in San Antonio.
Field organizer, DeeDee Belmares attended a series of Open Houses for the City Of San Antonio’s Climate Action and Adaptation Plan (CAAP). DeeDee is a member of the steering committee for the CAAP and was joined the Open Houses to get community feedback and support for the plan.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas participated in the Learning Disabilities of Texas Press Event “Healthy Kids Project ” in Dallas to speak on the potential rollback of the Clean Car Standards.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas participated in Green Latinos Advocacy Day in Washington, DC. Field organizer, DeeDee, along with Latinos from all over the country, united on Capitol Hill to meet with Senators from their respective states to advocate for various environmental and health issues.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas participated in local Peoples Climate Movement events.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas attended the Healthy Families and Community Fair.
Field organizer, DeeDee Belmares was appointed to the Steering Committee for San Antonio’s Climate Action and Adaptation Plan.
Members of Moms Clean Air Force Texas attended the fifth annual Play-In for Climate Action on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas met with the San Antonio Sustainability team to discuss a pilot program to reduce idling in area schools.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas tabled the Climate San Antonio Community Forum.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas tabled at the San Antonio Climate Action and Adaptability Plan Community Event.
Field consultant, Krystal Henagan presented at the Greater Bexar County Council of Cities Mayors Meeting.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas attended the City of San Antonio’s public launch event of the Climate Action and Adaptation Planning Process.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas hosted a screening of “From the Ashes” at the Brick, San Antonio.
Field consultant, Krystal Henagan presented and tabled at the “Imagine a Coal-Free San Antonio” event, hosted by the Lone Star Chapter of the Sierra Club.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas attended a Climate Change in San Antonio Panel Discussion.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas field consultant, Krystal hosted Texas’s Oil and Gas Threat Map telepresser. Speakers included Dr. Adelita Cantu, a public health nurse, and Raquel Lara, mother and grandmother living near Oil and Gas operations in the Eagle Ford Shale.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas participated in a delivery of the San Antonio Climate Action Coalition petitiondelivery at the San Antonio City Council Meeting.
Field consultant, Krystal Henagan gave a guest lecture at University of Texas Austin’s undergraduate Children’s Environmental Health Class.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas presented at the Being Green Social and Environmental Justice Forum in San Antonio.
Field consultant, Krystal Henagan spoke on a telepresser: The Shaky Economics of the J.K. Spruce Power Plant: Weighing the Costs of a Coal Plant Against Renewable Energy Options, Report by Synapse Energy Economics, Inc.
Field consultant, Krystal Henagan spoke at a Press Conference in San Antonio: Public Citizen Texas Climate Change Tour.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas members attended Congressman Will Hurd’s Town Hall in Helotes.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas co-hosted Lorax Storytime at the Capitol in Austin with the Defend Texas Trees Coalition.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas attended the Monarchs & Climate Change: family-friendly STEM event.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas members attended the 2017 Play-In for Climate Action in Washington, DC.
Field consultant, Krystal Henagan testified at an EPA Public Hearing on the Oil and Gas New Source Performance Standards: Proposed Three-Month Stay and Two-Year Stay held at the William Jefferson Clinton-East U.S. EPA building in Washington, DC.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas attended the LULAC National Convention in San Antonio.
Field consultant, Krystal Henagan and volunteer, Camille Fiorillo attended and spoke during “Citizens to Be Heard” at San Antonio City Hall.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas tabled at MommyCon in Austin.
Field consultant, Krystal Henagan testified at the TCEQ Public Meeting for Air Quality Permit Application by Sand Mining of Texas in Pleasanton.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas hosted a Mama Summit in San Antonio.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas attended the March for Science in San Antonio.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas attended and tabled at Earth Day Dallas.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas attended the Poteet Strawberry Festival in Poteet, TX.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas attended the Esparanza Peace and Justice Center Mayoral Forum on Social, Economic, Gender, and Environmental Justice Issues in San Antonio.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas attended the City of San Antonio Climate Resiliency Workshop in San Antonio.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas presented at the U.S. Green Building Council Luncheon in San Antonio.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas has been advising neighbors of Pollos Asados to navigate the complaint reporting process, resulting in the restaurant agreeing to make changes to cut down on smoke.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas helped coordinate signature collection for San Antonio’s Climate Action Plan Petition during a screening of Before the Flood.
Moms Clean Air Force tabled at Fresh Air Friday.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas met with Rep. Will Hurd’s (TX-23) District Director and Counsel to discuss Hurd’s vote to repeal the BLM Methane Waste rule.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas hosted a Valentine making party to express to Congressman Smith our love for clean water, air and land, and our desire to provide our children and future generations a safe, healthy planet. Moms Clean Air Force members delivered these Valentines to Congressman Smith’s office on Valentine’s Day.
Field consultant, Krystal Henagan attending a kick off meeting for TX23 Indivisibles.
Field consultant, Krystal Henagan responded to questions from a 7th grade Girl Scout Troop in Flower Mound, TX for their “Breathe Journey,” a national Girl Scout initiative.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas attended the TX 21 Indivisible Kick Off Meeting, an Indivisible Chapter for Rep. Lamar Smith’s District to discuss the nomination of Scott Pruitt to EPA.
Field organizer, Krystal Henagan attended the Air and Health Collaborative of San Antonio meeting. The meeting highlighted what expectations members of the Air and Health Collaborative have as the City of San Antonio enters into a contract agreement to carry out the study for the City of San Antonio’s 2017 Budget item “Public Health Impact Study of Non-Attainment,” which Moms Clean Air Force played a leading role in spearheading the need for such study and its subsequent successful approval.
Krystal Henagan presented at Los Reyes Career Day.
Krystal Henagan, along with her son Tanner and six San Antonio Superparents, met with U.S. Representative Joaquin Castro (TX-20) to voice Moms Clean Air Force’s strong opposition about the nomination of Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to head the EPA.
Krystal Henagan attended a Karnes County Health Study meeting with partner organizations and health industry professionals.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas participated in the National Hispanic Medical Association Southwest Region Policy Forum in San Antonio.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas hosted a San Antonio screening of Before the Flood. A discussion followed the screening with esteemed climate scientist Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, San Antonio Councilman Ron Nirenberg, who serves as chair of the Alamo Area Council of Government’s Air Improvement Resources Executive Committee, and the City of San Antonio’s Sustainability Director Doug Melnik.
Field organizer, Krystal Henagan attended a community workshop on sustainable development in San Antonio’s Eastside Promise Zone, a critical San Antonio Environmental Justice Community.
Field organizer, Krystal Henagan attended the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) Texas Chapter Allied Partner Luncheon.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas participated in the EPA’s Smart City Air Challenge Webinar entitled “Air Quality Sensors.” The EPA’s Smart City Air Challenge funding is designed for communities to demonstrate their leadership in managing hundreds of air quality sensors at the local level. Field organizer, Krystal Henagan is organizing a local collaboration for this grant with individuals from the University of Texas Health Science Center- San Antonio, the Alamo Area Council of Governments, the Air and Health Collaborative of San Antonio, Moms Clean Air Force, and the Environmental Defense Fund.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas participated in the Texas SEED Coalition/Public Citizen teleconference.
Field organizer, Krystal Henagan, Ana Sandoval (Air and Health Collaborative of San Antonio), and Supermom, Megan Arredondo delivered 70 letters to all San Antonio Council Members and Mayor Taylor. The letters were collected in support of the San Antonio Office of Sustainability’s FY17 Funding Request for a Public Health Impact Study for Non-attainment.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas participated in the EPA Texas Environmental Justice Quarterly Teleconference.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas attended a Public Hearing for City of San Antonio Fiscal Year 2017 Proposed Budget.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas attended the Bexar County Progressive Organizing Conference.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas attended a Regional Air Quality Branding Committee Meeting.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas attended the Air Quality and Health Collaborative of San Antonio meeting and presented two agenda items. Collaborative members were encouraged to contact their San Antonio council members in support of the proposed 2017 City Budget funding request for a Public Health Impact Study of Non-Attainment.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas attended the EPA’s Region 6 Environmental Justice Summit. Field organizer, Krystal Henagan was asked by EPA to present during the summit, describing the efforts and successes Moms Clean Air Force has had in San Antonio and South Central Texas.
Field organizer, Krystal Henagan attended the Climate Reality Leadership Training held in Houston, Texas.
Field organizer, Krystal Henagan delivered testimony with her asthmatic seven year old son, Tanner during a San Antonio City Council Public Hearing for San Antonio’s “SA Tomorrow” Sustainability component planning initiative as part of the City of San Antonio’s Master Plan.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas presentated on Air Quality and Health at EcoCentro.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas hosted a “School’s Out Food Drive” contributing to the over 4,542 pounds of food collected by Moms Clean Air Force chapters nationwide.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas hosted a Mama Summit in San Antonio.
Field organizer, Krystal Henagan delivered a presentation, “Air Quality and Health in San Antonio,” at EcoCentro. Nine people attended, including U.S. Representative Lloyd Doggett’s (D-TX 35th District) District Director, MaryEllen Veliz.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas participated in an EPA Environmental Justice Meeting.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas hosted a Mama Summit & Read-In with Judge Nelson Wolff in San Antonio.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas attended Palo Alto College PACfest.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas participated in an Earth Day Texas Stroller Brigade at Earth Day Texas.
Bring your children and join the fun for an Earth Day Stroller Brigade! We’ll be gathering at Fair Park Gate 5 at 9:30 AM and parading through the park to the panel discussion focused on clean air and children’s health. Moms, dads, aunts, uncles, and anyone interested in uniting to protect the health of our children and future generations is welcome….with or without strollers in tow!
Moms Clean Air Force Texas presented at an educational assembly for Tuscany Heights Elementary students.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas tabled at Earth Day Houston.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas hosted a Read-in with Boerne Councilwoman Woolard, Patrick Heath Public Library, Boerne, Texas.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas hosted a Read-In with San Antonio Councilman Nirenberg at Howsman Elementary School.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas tabled at Fresh Air Friday.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas tabled at Colonial Hills Health Fair.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas hosted a Read-in with Leon Valley Mayor Riley at Leon Valley Public Library.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas attended Windcrest Health Fair.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas tabled and hosted Read-Ins at Cibolo Nature Center Family Festival.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas hosted a Read-In at the Spring Family Festival in Boerne, Texas.
Field Organizer, Krystal Henagan attended a presentation by Texas State Climatologist, Dr. Nielsen-Gammon, who proudly accepted Moms Clean Air Force’s book “Every Breath We Take.”
Field Organizer, Krystal Henagan was selected by the Alamo Area Council of Governments (AACOG) as a committee member for their Public Education Committee. Krystal will be involved in programming for their “Clear the Air” public education and outreach campaign throughout the 13-county Alamo planning region.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas participated in an extreme weather-related disasters in Texas Press Conference on the Steps of San Antonio City Hall, 100 Military Plaza, San Antonio, Texas.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas tabled at the 6th Annual Run for the Heights, 5K Run/Walk, Kids’ Fun Run, & Health Fair.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas participated in the MLK, Jr. Pre-March Civil Rights for Kids Experience at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Academy, 3501 Martin Luther King Blvd, San Antonio Texas. The MLK, Jr. Pre-March Civil Rights for Kids Experience provided an opportunity for youth of all ages to learn about our nation’s history, discuss current events, and brainstorm how they can make a difference in the community.
State of the Union Watch Party. Environment Texas and Moms Clean Air Force teamed up to host an evening watching President Obama give his final State of the Union Address at Tre Trattoria 4003 Broadway, San Antonio, TX.
Moms Clean Air Force Texas Launch Event. The event brought together community members, public health experts, and elected leaders to discuss Moms Clean Air Force’s Texas’ scope of work on regional and national campaigns. Speakers included San Antonio Councilman Ron Nirenberg, award winning Asthma Education program developer for Northeast ISD Diane Rhodes, and Ana Sandoval MPH. 30+ attendees including media and a Representative from TX State Senator Jose Menedez’s office. See photos HERE.
October 15, 2015: Moms Clean Air Force Texas traveled to La Vernia, TX to meet with Dr. Zac Hildenbrand, with UTA C.L.E.A.R, to discuss their air quality research in the Eagle Ford Shale.
October 14, 2015: Moms Clean Air Force Texas participated in the NIEHS/EPA Children’s Centers 2015 Webinar Series: Protecting Children’s Health for a Lifetime.
October 13, 2015: Moms Clean Air Force Texas attended the Alamo Group of the Sierra Club Conservation Committee meeting and gave an overview of our work in the San Antonio region.
September 23, 2015: EPA Public Hearing: Oil and Natural Gas Air Pollution Standards | Moms Clean Air Force Texas members testified in support of strong methane standards for new sources of natural gas pollution, and urged EPA to consider existing sources as well.
April 24-26, 2015: Moms Clean Air Force Texas tabled at Earth Day Dallas–the largest Earth Day festival in all of Texas, with hundreds of organizations congregating to connect with the community about the environment. Moms Clean Air Force was present and met with hundreds of Dallas area families. We collected signatures for our Play In for Climate Action urging Senator Cruz and Senator Cornyn to protect Texas children for carbon pollution.
January 29, 2015: EPA Public Hearing: National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Ground Level Ozone. Moms Clean Air Force staff and members testified in support of stronger federal smog protections in Arlington, TX.
- Press Statment, Moms Clean Air Force Issues Statement About Petrochemical Fires In Texas
- Public News Service, Texas Moms Testify to Keep Mercury Protections
- Noticiero Telemundo Houston, Video Clip from EPA’s Mercury Pollution Proposal Hearing
- The Rivard Report, Full Accounting of Climate Plan’s Costs and Benefits Called for at CPS Energy Hearing
- San Antonio Express-News, Texas industrial polluters targeted in new report by environmental group
- Times Free Press, Pace: Rep. Black should choose children over glider trucks
- Commercial Appeal, Clean car standards help Tennessee kids breathe easier
- Times Free Press, Protect our clean air; keep emission tests and more letters to the editors
- WVLT TV, Moms & Their Vehicles
- The Journal, EPA greenhouse gas rule hearing in W.Va. draws supporters, opponents
- US News, EPA Hears Worries About Climate in Heart of Coal Country
- Deutsche Welle, Activists voice opposition to Obama climate plan repeal in coal country
- Courthouse News, Scores Turn Out In Coal Country to Air Views on Clean Power Plan’s End
- Charleston Gazette-Mail, EPA greenhouse gas rule hearing in WV draws supporters, opponents
- NY Daily News, EPA hears worries about climate in heart of coal country
- The Washington Post, In the heart of coal country, EPA gets an earful about Clean Power Plan’s fate
- Knoxville News Sentinel, Cutting EPA budget harms Tennesseans
- Marion County Messenger, TN at Risk? Report Examines Proposed EPA Cuts
- Knoxville News Sentinel, Senators urged to oppose EPA budget cuts: Letters, Sept. 7
- Public News Service, TN at Risk? Report Examines Proposed EPA Cuts
- Lamar Alexander, Latest from Lamar: Week of July 10
- Medill Washington, Nashville Moms driving force at Climate Change March
- Knoxville Mercury, Marches to Protest Rollback of Environmental Protections
- Public News Service, Trump’s EPA Pick Concerns Some Parents in Tennessee
- MyInforms USA, Tenn. enviro group opposes Trump EPA nominee
- WMOT Roots Radio, Tenn. enviro group opposes Trump EPA nominee
- Nooga News, Chattanooga mom visits D.C. leaders to oppose Trump’s EPA nomination
- The Chattanoogan, Outdoor Chattanooga News And Events
- Times Free Press, Clean air a top priority for children
- Times Free Press, Support plan to cut carbon emissions
- The Chattanoogan, Tennessee Play-In For Clean Air Is Friday
- The Tennessean, Massive gas compressor would harm Joelton families
- Vox, It’s hard to talk about climate change. This storytelling project wants to make it easier.
- The Tennessean, Bipartisan toxin legislation a good thing
- Times Free Press, EPA should toughen toxic chemical rules
- Knoxville News Sentinel, Better air means healthier children
- The Tennessean, Support eco-friendly candidates
- Times Free Press, Letters to the Editors
- The Tennessean, Strong climate agreement protects Tennessee’s children
- Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, Climate Change and Our Health – Protecting Our Most Vulnerable Communities
- PPP Focus, EPA says clean power plan will protect public health
- Talk Radio 102.3, Tennessee Radio Spot
- The Chattanoogan, Local Residents Hold Cool Down ChattTown Festival
- WTVC News Channel 9, Community Gathers For “Cool Down ChattTown Festival”
- The Chattanoogan, Community Leaders Attend Effects Of The Environment On Public Health Forum
- Times Free Press, Pace: Why a mom joined a D.C. climate protest
- The Tennessean, Protect climate for our children
- The Chattanoogan, “Cool Down Chatt Town” Event Set For Aug. 8 To Celebrate The EPA’s Clean Power Plan Passing
- The Tennessean, Hendersonville mom joins D.C. ‘play-in’
- WTVC News Channel 9, Clean Air For All
- WUOT FM, Dialogue: The State Of Our Air
- The Tennessean, Lamar right to acknowledge climate change reality
- The Chattanoogan, Local Mom Travels To Texas To Testify For Stronger Protections From Smog