The electric school bus industry has the technology to revolutionize how children get to school, and the benefits can provide wins for school districts’ budgets, the grid, and the health of our children.
A pediatrician and a child and adolescent psychiatrist provide guidance for parents about how to talk to children about the pandemic and what to do if your child gets the Covid.
We are supporting the Black Maternal Health Act of 2021, known as the “Momnibus” because we believe every mother deserves equitable care.
Stopping the COVID-19 pandemic, supporting America’s ailing economy and fighting climate change must be the top priorities of the new Congress.
The recent release of the “Compendium of Scientific, Medical, and Media Findings Demonstrating Risks and Harms of Fracking” analyzed nearly 2,000 academic studies, government reports, and investigative reports about the health and environmental impacts of the oil and gas industry.
26 Moms Clean Air Force members gave testimony virtual public hearings in Pennsylvania in support of joining the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI).
President-elect Biden can not only to repair the damage done by the Trump administration on protecting families from toxic chemicals, the new administration can use the law proactively to ensure that everyone in the country is better protected from hazardous chemicals — with attention to those whose health is most at risk and to communities where exposures are greatest.
‘Protecting Your Child’s Health: Expert Answers to Urgent Environmental Questions’ helps parents like make healthy choices for their children. It’s also a prescription for families to take action on clean air and a safe climate.
A mom takes on Pennsylvania’s oil and gas industry, and EPA’s rollback of methane rules to protect her children and community.
EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler is expected to soon sign a final rule creating an “Air Toxics Loophole” in the Clean Air Act. That loophole would allow large industrial facilities nationwide to avoid complying with rigorous limits on hazardous air pollutants such as benzene and mercury.
Moms are committed to fighting for climate justice, social justice, and a more fair and equitable country for every American. Watch why now more than ever, our voices must be heard.
Moms in New Mexico and Pennsylvania are working to cut methane pollution at the state-level, but federal safeguards remain essential because air pollution doesn’t stop at state borders.