California is currently seeking EPA’s approval of its standards for heavy-duty vehicle pollution and rules to accelerate the transition to zero-emissions vehicles. But EPA is considering denying approval of these important standards. EPA must let CA lead the way — as it has done historically on tailpipe pollution.
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, Texas, and West Virginia.
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Montana, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, and West Virginia.
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.
As we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, it’s important to acknowledge the health threats Latino children and families face from pollution and the climate crisis.
While watching the Olympics, an athlete with asthma reflects about how air pollution threatens the future of kids’ sports by excluding low-income kids and communities of color because of disproportionate rates of air pollution.
A new interactive mapping tool visualizes NOx pollution from power plants and their adverse impacts on environmental justice communities, using data from EPA’s Environmental Justice Screening tool.
Poor indoor air quality impacts the Indigenous community at a higher rate than other communities, especially for people living on reservations. Here are ways to improve indoor air pollution in the Indigenous community.
Learn about our Community Rx program – it educates, empowers, and activates Black communities to fight for clean air and environmental justice.
A new mom tells us why diversity within the climate movement will help the country succeed in protecting her family’s health and the planet for generations.
Climate change is changing the history of Black Americans. Extreme weather events not only break weather records, they impact families in ways that will have long lasting effects for generations to come.