Read about Senator Tammy Duckworth, the first sitting U.S. Senator to give birth while holding office, and how babies are now welcome on the Senate floor.
Learn how plastic pollution harms our water and air, and find out ways you can reduce plastic use and pollution in your own life and home this Earth Day.
Hear from a Latino mom living in smoggy L.A. about the fight for clean air in the era of Scott Pruitt’s EPA, which is doing everything it can to make our air dirtier.
Read about an Ohio mom and how she organized her community to learn about the dangers of fracking and push for safeguards for public health.
Check out our review of a new book by Leah Segedie called Green Enough: Eat Better, Live Cleaner, Be Happier (All Without Driving Your Family Crazy!). Great ideas for green living!
Read about a grassroots movement in Idaho to stop the legislature from stripping schools of climate science education. Students, teachers, and parents made their voices heard!
Read about a Montana community that got together to raise awareness about dealing with climate change on a local level, through gardening.
Learn about Moms Clean Air Force co-founder Dominique Browning appearing at the renowned Kripalu Center with other leaders to speak about facing climate change with courage and heart.
Nevada mom Jennifer Ann Cantley spoke on behalf of healthy air and America’s Clean Power Plan at a rally held at an EPA listening session in San Francisco. Read what she had to say.
Learn about Baby Power, the exclusive program for new and expectant moms. There is free information to help you protect little lungs and ways you can incorporate Baby Power into your world.
Learn about women and climate change becoming a winning combination to tackle climate change deniers and heal our world. We also have info on a fascinating article suggesting a link between climate change denial and sexism.
Winter Olympics athletes are warning that there are fewer places where they can safely play their sports without risking injury or worse. Learn how climate change is the cause and what you can do.