BY Molly Rauch ON November 29, 2012
On December 14, the Environmental Protection Agency is scheduled to release a final standard for allowable levels of soot in ambient outdoor air. Moms Clean Air Force supporters have been speaking up since the proposed standard was released for public comment back in June,
BY Dominique Browning ON November 20, 2012
An alarming announcement just crossed our desks: “The National Weather Service is proposing to terminate operational ozone predictions on or about March 5, 2013.” We have until Monday, November 26th to tell the Weather Service NOT to let this site go dark. The National Weather...
BY Gina Carroll ON November 19, 2012
Mom’s Clean Air Force has been highlighting the alarming disparities in the amount of air pollution among diverse communities. The fact is: the browner and poorer the community, the poorer the air quality.
BY Moms Clean Air Force ON November 19, 2012
Esta entrada del blog fue originalmente publicado en la EPA “Greenversations”: Los científicos de EPA y sus colaboradores están trabajando para comprender mejor por qué el asma afecta desproporcionadamente a los niños pobres y minoritarios. Casi 26 millones de estadounidenses, incluyendo siete millones de niños, están...
BY Molly Rauch ON November 15, 2012
Soot is the mix of tiny particles that comes out of coal plant smokestacks, diesel engines, vehicle tailpipes, and oil refineries. It is a byproduct of burning fossil fuels, and it’s harmful to the health of our children. New standards for allowable levels of soot...