“We all deserve to breathe air that is safe regardless of the color of our skin or our zip code. It is time for Wheeler to do his job and protect us, not polluters.” – Texas field organizer Catherine Flowers writes in this important op-ed in the Houston Chronicle.
The NAACP’s “Coal Blooded Action Toolkit” provides the necessary framework and tools to build a foundation for eliminating pollution from coal for impacted communities.
Wheeler is trying to take credit for America’s relatively clean air without acknowledging that he is working to undo all the protections that created it.
According to an EPA associate deputy assistant administrator for new chemicals, “The agency’s goal is to allow the commercialization of products.”
At Moms Clean Air Force, we continue to engage over a million members in our fight for clean air, as we do our part to flatten the curve of the coronavirus pandemic.
The EPA under the leadership of Andrew Wheeler is ignoring overwhelming scientific evidence and is posed to weaken clean air safeguards, endangering Houston, and all Americans.
We are excited to share Parade magazine’s annual story about positive environmental news, “Earth Day Across America! 50 Earth-Saving Projects From Every State” chose Moms Clean Air Force national field director Heather McTeer Toney, of Greenville, Mississippi, to represent her state.
An indigenous mom of four young children sheltering in place in Denver, tells why families like hers – those living on the frontlines of industrial pollution – need protections more than ever during and after the Covid-19 pandemic.
A letter was sent to EPA Administrator Wheeler asking him to immediately halt a new proposed rule advancing the Trump administration’s efforts to censor public health science.
For an article titled “How Air Pollution is Impacting Our Kids and What We Can Do About It” for Parents magazine, Moms Clean Air Force’s senior director and cofounder, Dominique Browning discusses why air pollution is serious problem for children.
A new poll confirms that communities of color are especially vulnerable to the deadly health risks from climate change. “A 100% clean economy is a solution that looks to insure fair and equitable future to black communities…”
Leaders from communities across Ohio are dedicated to working with local officials to develop equitable global climate change solutions.