MOMS APPLAUD THE INFLATION REDUCTION ACT OF 2022
Thank you to President Biden, Congress, and all our members, volunteers, staff, and friends who worked tirelessly and passionately to get the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 voted through the House and the Senate. This is a stunning achievement.
MOMS THANK OUR SENATORS FOR THE INFLATION REDUCTION ACT OF 2022
The largest US investment ever in fighting climate pollution—the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022—has cleared the Senate.
Take a breath. Absorb the power of this moment.
HEALTH IMPACTS OF EXTREME HEAT
Climate change is making episodes of extreme heat more frequent and intense, and it’s affecting our health.
Learn about the health impacts of extreme heat and why the Latino community is particularly vulnerable.
CLEAN AIR, CLIMATE, HEALTH EQUITY—AND INEQUITY: INDIGENOUS AND TRIBAL COMMUNITIES
Moms Clean Air Force hosted an online conversation about the human connection between clean air, climate change, health, and health equity in Indigenous and Tribal communities.
MOMS CELEBRATE HISTORIC INVESTMENTS IN ELECTRIC SCHOOL BUSES WITH VP KAMALA HARRIS
On Friday, May 20, Moms Clean Air Force joined White House and US Environmental Protection Agency officials at a high school in Falls Church, VA, to celebrate a historic investment in electric school buses.
WATCH MOMS CLEAN AIR FORCE MEMBERS ON THE TODAY SHOW
Almeta Cooper and Moms Clean Air Force members were interviewed about electric school buses by the TODAY Show for their feature, “Climate Change: How women are leading the charge to save our planet.”
PROTECT YOUR FAMILY FROM WILDFIRE SMOKE
Climate change has created the perfect conditions for out-of-control wildfires to increase in size and intensity.
Wildfire smoke is hazardous to your health. Take smoke seriously.
PLASTICS AND PETROCHEMICAL PLANTS
Ethane “cracker plants” are industrial facilities that create the building blocks for plastics manufacturing.
They also create air pollution that harms our health and makes climate change worse.
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.