During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we should be talking about how pollution affects our bodies and turn those pink ribbons green.
Articles by Judith A. Ross
Join us in celebrating the Power of We in your neighborhood like our bloggers are in theirs, fighting to clean up our air.
Learn how a loud national conversation about climate change needs to begin right now and how climate change policies help politicians.
Learn how populations of butterflies, particularly in northern states, are decreasing due to global warming.
Join Moms Clean Air Force in encouraging our presidential candidates to talk about what we’re seeing all around us – climate change and global warming.
Learn how small, industrial cities are leading the way in creating a clean air culture that can carry us forward into a cleaner, greener future.
Read about one Moms Clean Air Force mom’s research into the harmful air pollution created by the use of plastic water bottles.
Find practical tips for becoming more connected to the earth, decreasing consumption, reducing waste and saving our environment.
Read an interview with the EPA’s Tracy Enger discussing indoor air quality in schools and her program to make school air cleaner and safer.
Read about potentially harmful silica dust used to sandblast denim – and in sandbox sand – and other unlikely sources of pollution to be aware of.
Read about one MCAF member’s renewed determination to fight corporate polluters who refuse to accept responsibility for air pollution.