Colorado must act boldly and swiftly with strong methane and air pollution standards that are essential to fighting climate change—and safeguarding the health and future of our children.
As Jane Fonda holds her “Fire Drill Fridays” demonstrations on Capitol Hill, grandmother members of Moms Clean Air Force, join the weekly climate change protests.
This is the testimony Moms Clean Air Force’s regional manager, Elizabeth Brandt gave on November 6th, asking EPA to be more protective of our children, our families, and our communities by updating the current standards for ethane cracker plants.
Ethane “cracker plants” are industrial facilities that create the building blocks for plastics manufacturing. They also create air pollution that harms our health and makes climate change worse.
Coastal flooding is on the rise. Enter your address on this map and find out if your home is at risk.
Latin GRAMMY Award winner, Mister G’s new children’s book Señorita Mariposa, tells the extraordinary journey that monarch butterflies take each year from Canada to Mexico.
Today, the Center for American Progress released a framework for how the United States can build a 100% clean future by 2050.
Parents plead with PA Governor Tom Wolf to attend cancer crisis meeting: “You have a responsibility, both to your constituents who are battling cancer or have lost loved ones, and to the parents of all children who need to know what they can do to protect them from becoming cancer patients by the time they are young adults…”
Community Rx is a faith-based climate campaign dedicated to advocacy in African-American communities. Moms Clean Air Force’s Community Rx consultant, Tonya Calhoun, along with Moms Clean Air Force staff, attended and presented at the National Baptist Convention.
A new study examined short-term exposure to small particulate matter pollution and mental health effects in children, and found that pollution was linked to worsening mental health disorders just days after exposure.
New Study: Scientists say black carbon particles were found on every single placenta they looked at, regardless of how much pollution the mother had been exposed to.
Moms Clean Air Force’s National Field Director, Heather McTeer Toney joined Reverend Al Sharpton and Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson for MSNBC “Climate in Crisis” week.