Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Washington, DC.
EPA Administrator Regan just announced important new mercury and air toxics (MATS) protections. The science is clear: No amount of mercury is safe for pregnant moms and children because it endangers developing fetal brains and the brains of children.
Young people have a right to feel betrayed by inadequate climate action—and they have a right to have their voices represented in the climate policies that will affect them the most. Here’s how you can help.
This is the testimony of East Palestine resident and Moms Clean Air Force member, Misti Allison, gave at the US Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation at their hearing about the train that derailed just over a mile from her home.
Administrator Regan has begun to address petrochemical toxicity. Biden’s Department of Justice has taken some steps to hold petrochemical companies accountable. None of it is enough. Yet. Petrochemical disasters and pollution must end.
Women of color and women of faith know that climate change negatively impacts our families. We’ve joined together to co-author an open letter calling for climate justice.
After 100 days of operation, the Shell Beaver County ethane cracker plant, 30 miles north of Pittsburgh, gets a failing report card from environmental groups, including Moms Clean Air Force.
We know the burden of dirty air isn’t distributed evenly. In the United States, Black, Brown, and Indigenous people experience disproportionately higher exposure to soot pollution, on average, than white people because sources of this deadly pollutant are more likely located in and around their communities.
This week, dozens of moms from across the country will testify before EPA at a hearing on proposed federal standards for soot pollution.
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Montana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Vermont.
As part of our series about the health impacts of methane, Vanessa Lynch tells her story about how her family’s health has been affected by living near oil and gas development.
Moms Clean Air Force was out in full force as 63 members from 21 states and Washington, DC delivered testimony at EPA’s methane virtual public hearings last week.