Breathing tailpipe pollution can trigger asthma and damage our lungs, hearts, and brains. And vehicle exhaust contribute to climate change. Learn why we need strong tailpipe pollution protections and cleaner air for our children and our communities in our new fact sheet.
Articles by Alexandra Zissu
Clean school air is essential for kids and staff. Yet EPA estimates that half of students in the US spend the day in schools that do not have an air quality management plan. Here’s how to assess and improve the indoor air in your child’s school.
A mom experienced a dangerous petrochemical pollution incident, and found that emergency alert systems fell short of providing the communication she needed to protect her family.
Today marks the first anniversary of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), the Biden administration’s landmark climate and clean energy law. Here’s what the the IRA has accomplished so far.
Here are some newly published climate books for children just in time for back-to-school season.
Electric school busses reduce air pollution and safeguard the health of children, bus drivers, teachers, and communities. Here are more reasons to roll with electric school busses.
If you don’t live in the Southwestern United States, or any of the places worldwide that have been experiencing an entire month of an extended extreme heat wave, it can be impossible to imagine. “It has been a wild summer,” said Hazel Chandler, Arizona Field Organizer for Moms Clean Air Force, who lives in Phoenix. “I am in the middle of hell right now. We had 119 yesterday and it’s probably going to be that again today. That’s 15 days over 115 degrees.”
Here’s what you can do to support to support our youth demanding their right to a clean and healthful environment in all states.
It has been an eerie summer on the East Coast. We were contending with our first bout of extended wildfire smoke. Then, when the air (temporarily?) cleared, torrential rains arrived, resulting in floods from Vermont to New York.
As smoke from the wildfires blazing in Canada drifts into New York, a mom shares her terrifying feelings about being stuck indoors due to unsafe air quality linked to the climate crisis.
A new rule proposed this month has the potential to cut pollution from pipelines across the US by modernization and improved oversight.
Here’s a Mother’s Day reflection on the emotional support an active—and growing—climate community can provide.