As part of our series about the health impacts of methane, Karen Knudson tells her story about how state land near her Pennsylvania home is being used for oil and gas wells, transmission pipelines, and other infrastructure for the industry.
Burning trash is a dangerous and unjust way to deal waste. In Newark, NJ, a low-income, largely Black and Brown community, fight a toxic trash incinerator.
As part of our series about the health impacts of methane, Shaina Oliver tells her story about how many Indigenous People live “sacrifice zones,” where profits from oil and gas operations and polluting industries are considered more important than the health of the community.
Moms Clean Air Force’s Almeta Cooper, Elizabeth Brandt, Sam Schmitz, and Cynthia Palmer joined environmental justice activists from “Cancer Alley” in front of the White House. The funeral procession signified mourning the many lives lost in Louisiana’s St. James Parish and “Cancer Alley.”
The newly formed EcoMadres Ensemble wrapped up Hispanic Heritage Month and debuted a mix of original songs and cover songs at the Puerto Rican Festival in Phoenix, Arizona. Watch video here.
During Hispanic Heritage Month, in addition to celebrating, one mom tells us why she is an environmental advocate: “when I found out I was going to be a mother, my understanding of the urgency of educating others in my community about climate change became clear.”
Esto fue escrito por Luz Drada, coordinadora del programa Moms Clean Air Force: Música, tradiciones y diversidad. Así es como nuestra cultura honra el Mes de la Herencia Hispana, un momento en el que celebramos las contribuciones de los hispanos y latinos …
Learn why one mom always votes, and why she works to educate voters on what’s at stake for our climate, our kids, and public health in the midterm elections.
Our Texas state organizer gave testimony this week at an EPA hearing about the Safer Communities by Chemical Accident Prevention (SCCAP) rule, to protect the health and safety of communities vulnerable to chemical disasters.
Today marks the 10th anniversary of Voter Registration Day. With the 2022 midterm election quickly approaching, it’s crucial that you check your registration. Please take a moment today to be sure your registration is up-to-date.
Moms Clean Air Force works to uplift the voices of our Latina moms through our EcoMadres program. We are empowering Latino communities to fight for clean air, climate change solutions, and protections from toxic chemicals. Here we are in action!
A Michigan mom asks EPA to protect her family and community from PFAS “forever chemicals.”