This week, EPA announced nearly $1 billion in awards to local school districts to transition to clean school buses. This is great news for our kids and our climate!
Articles by Molly Rauch
Learn why we’re urging the Biden’s EPA to propose the strongest possible particle pollution standards to protect public health, and especially the health of pregnant women and babies.
The Inflation Reduction Act is just one part of a complex landscape of much-needed climate solutions. One vitally important climate solution still needs timely and urgent attention: reducing pollution from the tailpipes of cars.
The EPA’s proposed Cross State Air Pollution Rule, also known as the Good Neighbor Plan, will reduce harmful air pollution from power plants and other industrial facilities that drifts across state borders and harms residents of downwind states.
Dozens of Moms Clean Air Force volunteers, organizers, and staff are testifying at EPA’s public hearing this week. Show your support here!
Here are 5 resources you can use to get started on the road to electric school buses.
Children and families in fence-line communities can be exposed to toxic chemicals on the playground, at home, or in school because their communities are located near refineries, power plants, pumpjacks, petrochemical plants, factories, and other industrial facilities.
On March 14th, Moms Clean Air Force and partners hosted EPA Administrator Michael Regan at Flint Hill Elementary School in Vienna, Virginia, to meet with the school community about the benefits of electric school buses.
Moms Clean Air Force was in Washington, DC at EPA headquarters to deliver 450,000 comments in support of EPA’s proposed rule to cut methane from oil and gas operations.
When the world meets in Glasgow for COP, all eyes will be on the US, the country with the most cumulative climate pollution. Will we take leadership on this urgent problem?
A new interactive mapping tool visualizes NOx pollution from power plants and their adverse impacts on environmental justice communities, using data from EPA’s Environmental Justice Screening tool.
Moms Clean Air Force had 40 moms testify at an EPA hearing to restore long-standing state authority to protect residents from climate pollution from cars