Author: Molly Rauch

Molly RauchAs public health policy director, Molly Rauch develops clean air campaigns, creates educational resources, manages media outreach, cultivates partnerships and collaborations with other organizations, and writes about public health, science, and policy. She lives with her family in Washington, DC, where she serves on the District of Columbia’s Commission on Climate Change and Resiliency. Her writing on environmental health has appeared in Goodhousekeeping.com, Parents.com, and Huffington Post, among other publications. A native New Yorker, she holds a master’s degree in public health.

Mother’s Day 2016: Letter To My Son

BY ON May 6, 2016
  Moms Clean Air Force is collecting letters, photos and videos about climate change and action for our children and future generations. The Mother’s and Father’s Day campaign runs in May and June through a joint collaboration with Moms Clean Air Force partners, DearTomorrow and The Solutions Project. Dear Isaiah, Last...

TOPICS: Activism, Climate Change, Motherhood

8 of the Most Toxic Items You Have In Your Home

BY ON March 2, 2016
This post originally appeared on WomansDay.com: No one wants to be exposed to dangerous chemicals. That’s why manufacturers sometimes phase out one chemical, and replace it with something that doesn’t spark health fears. But because of toothless chemical safety regulations in our country, there’s little that...

TOPICS: Children's Health, Toxics