There are plenty of ways we can use our climate anxiety as fuel for action. Here’s what you can do to help push for the strongest clean car standards.
Parents Can Use Climate Emotions to Push for the Strongest Clean Car Standards
We’ve Been Fighting for This Exact Moment.
EPA proposed new rules for pollution from plastics and chemical manufacturing, tailpipe pollution from cars and trucks, and mercury and other air toxins from coal-fired power plants. Here’s how to help EPA pass the strongest clean air standards.
Trucks Are Driving Climate Change
This week, dozens of moms from across the country will testify before EPA at a hearing on proposed federal standards for greenhouse gas pollution from heavy-duty trucks.
On The Road to Strong Tailpipe Pollution Standards: Moms Make News
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Arizona, Michigan, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Washington, DC, and West Virginia.
Heavy Truck Pollution and Climate Change Are a Deadly Combination
EPA’s recent proposal to reduce climate pollution from heavy-duty trucks and buses would help avoid 1.8 billion tons of carbon emissions through 2055. And for millions who live with poor air quality, the proposed Clean Truck standards would improve air quality nationwide.
Earth to Mom: Keep Going. Keep Fighting. Keep Loving.
Happy Earth Month! Take a look at how and why Earth Day came to be, and where we are today.
State of the Air: Nearly 120 Million Americans Still Breathing Unhealthy Air
One out of every three Americans lives in places marked by unhealthy levels of air pollution. Climate change is making it more difficult to clean up the air, as wildfires worsen the deadly particle pollution known as soot, and hotter, sunnier days worsen ozone pollution, also known as smog.
A Historic Step Forward on Electric Vehicles
EPA’s proposals for new tailpipe pollution protections—one for cars and one for heavy-duty trucks—mark a moment of transformation in the transition to zero-emission vehicles.
Moms Clean Air Force’s Liz Hurtado Gave Strong Remarks at EPA Transportation Event
EPA Administrator Michael Regan announced historic rulemakings to address pollution from the transportation industry. Here’s the speech Moms Clean Air Force’s National Field Manager Liz Hurtado gave at EPA Headquarters in Washington, DC.
Hydrogen Energy: Proceed With Caution
Hydrogen’s potential to help the world transition from fossil fuels has led to monumental financial investments. But there are red flags. When existing green electricity is faster, cleaner, and more effective than creating green hydrogen, it should be used.
Round Two of EPA’s Clean School Bus Program Is Coming Right Up
For the schools awarded grants last October as part of the US EPA’s Clean School Bus Program, an April deadline to submit payment request forms for their new buses is fast approaching, and the next round of grant applications will be due.
Moms Make News: Cleaner Trucks for Healthier Kids
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Pennsylvania, Texas and Washington, DC.