Today marks the 10th anniversary of Voter Registration Day. With the 2022 midterm election quickly approaching, it’s crucial that you check your registration. Please take a moment today to be sure your registration is up-to-date.
In honor of Juneteenth, Moms Clean Air Force has recommitted to the principles of equity, equality, and justice. This includes the right for racial justice, which goes hand in hand with environmental justice.
The 2022 “State of the Air” report from the American Lung Association finds that more 137 million Americans live in places with unhealthy air.
The National Campaign for Transit Justice amplifies how a dynamic national public transportation system is a way to promote climate justice and racial equality.
The Environmental Film Festival in Washington, DC (DCEFF), runs from now to March 27 online and in-person. Here are some of the highlights for children and teens.
The Agents of Change in Environmental Justice program encourages people to make scientific information more accessible to historically marginalized communities, and to reimagine solutions for a just, healthy planet.
The news about emissions from gas stoves has people considering whether to switch out gas for electric. WE ACT For Environmental Justice (WE ACT) plans to monitor the air quality in New York City apartments to learn how gas models compare with electric induction models.
On February 1, Moms Clean Air Force hosted a virtual round table conversation about the intersection between climate and health equity. The expert panelists connected the real-life impact of climate change to human health and discussed leading solutions for improving our families’ health.
The cumulative build-up of lead is the cause of severe health concerns in children, particularly those under the age of six. A sponsor of the NYC Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Act, tells us, “It’s a great law, but any law is only as good as the enforcement it receives.”
The key finding of a new study found that extreme heat related to climate change is so dangerous to human health that it’s sending more children and teenagers to hospital emergency rooms.
“It’s time to make 2022 the Year of Justice for the environment to civil rights to voting.”
These children’s books cover topics that help to teach about climate change and environmental justice.