Almeta Cooper Defends Strong Pollution Protections Before Congress
Almeta Cooper, Moms Clean Air Force’s National Manager for Health Equity, testified before Congress in defense of EPA’s authority to set strong particle pollution standards.
Prepare your family for the health impacts of hurricanes
Climate change is making hurricanes more intense and slower-moving. Hurricanes can affect our health in numerous ways, both short- and long-term. Learn more about how to prepare your family for the health impacts of hurricanes.
New Podcast: A Plastic People
Introducing A Plastic People: Petrochemicals, Climate Change, and Our Health, hosted by Osasenaga Idahor. Each episode discusses a facet of the plastics and the petrochemical industry and its impact on our daily life.
Moms Celebrate One Year of the Inflation Reduction Act
Moms Clean Air Force celebrates the first anniversary of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) — the Biden administration’s landmark climate and clean energy law.
Historic Climate Decision for Youth in Montana
We support the youth of Montana and celebrate a momentous verdict in the youth-led constitutional climate lawsuit — Held v. State of Montana. Judges have sided with youth, agreeing that the failure to consider emissions and climate violates the state constitution.
People Magazine Features Moms Clean Air Force
People Magazine highlights the story of Moms Clean Air Force and founder Dominique Browning. The article explains how Moms Clean Air Force came to engage and mobilize “an impressive army of more than a million moms…” to fight climate pollution.
Wildfire Smoke and Your Health
Wildfires affect people in the immediate area of a fire, but they also send vast amounts of dangerous pollution into communities near and far.
Learn how wildfire smoke affects your health and what steps you can take to protect your family.
Moms Call on EPA to Ban Vinyl Chloride
Almeta Cooper, Moms Clean Air Force National Manager for Health Equity, joined our partners at EPA Headquarters to call on the agency to ban the toxic chemical vinyl chloride. Together, we delivered more than 27,000 comments in support of a vinyl chloride ban.
Learn How to Protect Your Family From the Impacts of Extreme Heat
Across the country, climate change is making extreme heat days more frequent, more intense, and more dangerous.
Moms testify in support of EPA Standards
Please read testimony from Dominique Browning, Moms Clean Air Force’s Director and Co-Founder, in support of EPA’s new standards to limit carbon pollution from power plants.
New EPA Report on Climate and Children’s Health
EPA released a groundbreaking report on the health impacts of climate change on US children.
“Climate Change and Children’s Health and Well-Being in the US” underscores the necessity of considering children’s well-being in every climate policy.
What to Know About the Petrochemical Industry: Q & A
Plastics are everywhere, and the industry that makes them is booming. The ubiquity of plastics and other petrochemicals comes at a steep cost to our health, especially for those living near production and processing facilities.
EPA Awards $1 Billion in Electric School Bus Funding
Moms Clean Air Force hit the road across the nation to advocate for reducing school children’s exposure to harmful diesel exhaust and climate pollution. We called for federal funding to upgrade old school buses to clean EV school buses, allotted to the school districts that need it the most.
VIDEO: JULIANNE MOORE FOR MOMS CLEAN AIR FORCE
“I remember when I was pregnant, my doctor told me not to eat tuna fish. It is contaminated with mercury. Mercury in food goes right to a baby’s brain. It damages the developing brains of fetuses…. When I was pregnant, I stopped eating tuna. But I never stopped to think about where all that poisonous mercury comes from. Mercury comes from air pollution.”
Get Involved in your State
We’re working on issues where you live.
Across the country we support local projects that help reduce air pollution, fight climate change, and improve the health of our children and families. Find your state chapter and learn how you can make a difference locally.