Congress will soon vote on a bill to prevent EPA from implementing strong limits on tailpipe emissions from cars and light trucks. We need to act fast to ensure these health-protective safeguards are finalized and implemented.
Online shopping can be bad for the climate and devastating for communities on busy delivery truck routes. But you can make a difference by following these five simple steps to green your e-shopping habits.
This week, two major climate reports set off alarm bells for all who care about children. Read how these reports outline the threat of climate change but also inspire hope.
Hazel Chandler, our organizer in Phoenix, Arizona, shares how extreme heat and air pollution have affected her in her fight against cancer in People magazine.
From the beginning of the Biden administration, Moms Clean Air Force has fought, cajoled, and begged for strong EPA rules to protect our families from climate change and toxic air pollution. Finally, this year, EPA has proposed many of the rules we demanded, and moms are meeting the moment.
We’re being confronted with the reality of climate chaos in what feels like an entirely new way this summer. But we are not powerless.
In his testimony in support of stronger federal standards to cut carbon pollution from power plants, Moms Clean Air Force intern, Osasenaga Idahor, tells us we need EPA to do better by centering environmental justice in every rulemaking.
This Pride Month, read a personal essay about how the climate change movement relates to the gay movement.
Read Dominique Browning’s testimony in support of EPA’s new standards to limit carbon pollution from power plants.
Earlier this month, EPA Administrator Michael Regan announced new standards to limit carbon pollution from power plants. These new standards are vital to protecting all families and communities from the climate crisis and dangerous air pollution.
For more than a decade, we’ve worked to eliminate mercury and other toxic pollutants from coal plants. Mercury is poison, especially for babies, and children. Moms from across the country are speaking at an EPA mercury hearing. Here’s how you can help.
EPA’s proposed new regulations to limit carbon emissions from power plants are essential and achievable for curbing climate change, despite claims from polluters.