Results from the U.S. midterm election are mostly in, and, when it comes to what they mean for the environment, they’re a real mixed bag.
See pictures and read about Congressional leaders and moms joining forces at our 5th annual Play-in for Climate Action on July 11, 2018.
Learn about research indicating that increased heat, and hotter classrooms, decreases students’ learning abilities, especially for students of color.
Read about a Pennsylvania mom of twins turned clean air activist as she attends school studying Public Health and clean air.
Learn how you can impact environmental justice in your community in this Moms Clean Air Force interview with Sacoby Wilson from the Maryland Institute for Applied Environmental Health.
Read about the “coolest chow on climate change” podcast Think 100%, and listen to the installment featuring Moms Clean Air Force members.
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.
As we prepare to commemorate another of Dr. Martin Luther King’s birthdays, we look to his words about the environment and world that we live in.
Read about a new study indicating that African Americans are disproportionately exposed to toxic air pollution from the oil and gas industry.
Read our Moms Clean Air Force review of Van Jones’s new book – Beyond the Messy Truth – about the consequences of last November’s election.
Read the Moms Clean Air Force interview with advocate Kalishia Mitchell, who discusses mental health, climate change, and social justice.
Read about a “fly-in” hosted by Moms Clean Air Force, where moms flew to Washington, DC to speak with their lawmakers about clean air and the EPA budget.