Let’s all talk about the weather. As extreme weather due to climate change and global warming becomes more common we all need to start talking about it.
Hear from a woman who lives in Delray, Michigan, home of the Detroit Incinerator, which costs taxpayers billions of dollars and badly pollutes the air.
Groups like Habitat for Humanity recognize that safe, stable, healthy homes are vital to children’s health and help provide safe indoor environments.
Read an interview with Arrested Development’s Speech Thomas in which he discusses environmentalism within the African American community.
Learn about the EPA’s new Mercury and Air Toxic Standards, how they will benefit the health of our children and our planet and help us fight polluters.
Learn about secondhand smoke and asthma in the African American community.
Learn how a divisive political climate is making it difficult to discuss the real needs of African American and Latino children with asthma.
A mother of privileged kids tries to remind them of their good fortune and be thankful and aware that some kids do not even have access to clean air.
Meet Robin Wilson, Moms Clean Air Force new member and owner of a green interior design firm dedicated to improving indoor air quality.
Learn how both indoor and outdoor air pollution mar athletic competition and harms athletes like those competing in the London games.
See an infographic from the CDC that describes how asthma is deadly, disruptive and expensive, affecting everyone in the nation.