Dicamba Drift Could Put 60 Million Acres of Monarch Habitat at Risk

BY ON March 5, 2018
This was written by Lorraine Chow. The post originally posted on EcoWatch:  Dicamba—a drift-prone herbicide linked to millions of acres of off-target crop damage across in 17 states—destroys mostly everything in its path except the crops that are genetically engineered to resist it. It’s so damaging that several states, including Arkansas, Tennessee and...

TOPICS: Clean Air Rules and Regulations, Climate Change, EPA

Introducing Baby Power!

BY ON February 23, 2018
One day, a friend of Moms Clean Air Force, Tory Vallely, called with an idea. How about organizing a campaign specifically for mothers-to-be and brand new mothers — harnessing some of that just-born, fiercely protective maternal instinct? After all, babies certainly rock our worlds —...

TOPICS: Activism, Air Pollution, Asthma, Children's Health, Clean Air Rules and Regulations, Climate Change, Indoor Air Pollution, Motherhood

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