The annual Lancet Countdown Report coincides with COP26 as it tracks the intersection of health and climate change. This year’s report focuses on three global health threats: heat waves, wildfires, and drought.
Articles by Ronnie Citron-Fink
“Sparky’s Electrifying Tale” is a new book by Janelle London and Matthew Metz. It provides children sound climate science and information about electric vehicles to help them fight for a clean, healthy planet.
Researchers polled people ages 16 to 25 about their emotional response to the climate crisis and found that 75% of young people think “the future is frightening.”
Climate disasters impact our health and are terrifying to experience. The stress is especially disruptive and frightening for children.
Much of the country is in the middle of a mega heat wave that has exploded in the West along with a megadrought that’s been decades in the making. This all stacks up to more and more dangerous air pollution.
Health care professionals — nurses and doctors — who step up to address the urgent crisis the climate emergency, are the best prescription for a healthier and more equitable future for our children.
Moms Clean Air Force’s Public Health and Policy Director Molly Rauch, and members of the Moms team, joined Senators Chuck Schumer, Martin Heinrich, Angus King and Ed Markey to add support for the methane CRA.
For the last four years, our chemical regulatory system has fallen short of its mission to protect public health. Here’s a deep dive into what’s facing a new EPA.
Electric cars save money, improve health, and make a positive environmental impact. A new free eBook offers families a wealth of information about the world of EV’s.
Our new KNOW YOUR GOVERNMENT page shows how federal agencies can play a role in President Biden’s All of Government battle against climate disruption.
A congressional subcommittee investigation found “significant levels” of toxic heavy metals—lead, arsenic, cadmium and mercury—in baby food. Here’s what you need to know, and what a parents can do about it.
There are many things we miss because of Covid. A new grandmother shares a hopeful story of the things she no longer misses, and the one thing she misses most.