Find five reasons the EPA is a vital agency, protecting us from unethical polluters, creating jobs, saving lives and protecting our children.
Articles by Gina Carroll
School is starting up again. Does your child’s asthma act up this time of year? Here’s what you need to know.
We can have clean air for ourselves and our children, but we can’t give up. Find out what we can learn from the civil rights movement.
This mom found out Texas ranks the highest for mercury pollution in the country. Find out how Texans can and should do something about it.
Find out if you live near toxin-spewing coal-power plants. Then tell Congress to do something about air pollution.
This piece was cross-posted at The Houston, Texas Examiner We can all do something to help improve air quality. This is the message of the Air North Texas campaign and the impetus behind their annual Clean Air Action Day. On July 7th from …
The rates for African American asthma are high because of air pollution. Find out what you can do to fix it!
Bottled water sounds like a great idea, but it isn’t. Learn why it’s actually more harmful to your health than drinking from the tap.
Cars are big contributors to air pollution. You may not want to say good-bye to your driving habits, but you can fight pollution. Join Moms Clean Air Force.
African-Americans are the biggest sufferers of pollution. Sign the African-American Moms for Clean Air Petition and help change it.
Life gets busy, and sometimes we forget even the things we care about. Fight along with Moms Clean Air Force for clean air and your children’s health.
Indoor irritants like perfume are one thing, but asthma and allergy sufferers need the EPA for outdoor ones. Support the EPA and MCAF.