While smoggy particles and carbon dioxide are still primary sources of air pollution, much concern has turned to airborne plastic, too. Here’s how plastic becomes an air pollutant, why plastic pollution is an increasing problem, and what parents can do about it.
Articles by Diane MacEachern
A new network of scientists and experts on local government have banded together to focus on “science-based pathways to address climate threats to local economic growth, infrastructure, and public health.”
Learn why indoor air quality is often worse than outdoor air quality and find out what you can do to improve indoor air and protect your family.
Read about women in Colorado state government who are working hard and getting results by making climate action a top priority for their state.
Learn about the Youth Climate Strike going global in March 2019. We have details about how this inspiring movement started.
Learn more about the Green New Deal, the bold proposal to address climate change, pollution, clean energy, and more through innovation and investment.
Read about two moms who ran for local office in 2018 and won their elections by taking a stand on important environmental issues.
Read about three moms who fought hard for candidates and ballot initiatives in an effort to reduce air pollution and increase climate action.
Trees are one of nature’s most powerful climate change solutions. They’re also one of climate change’s biggest victims.
As parents, we have two overarching responsibilities to our kids. One is to protect them. The other is to empower them so they can protect themselves.
Need to register to vote? Want to make sure your friends and family get to the polls on November 6th? There’s an app for that!
The Catholic Climate Covenant, and its Catholic Climate Declaration, stands by the Paris Climate Accords and calls for climate action.