During Latino Conservation Week, our EcoMadres program encouraged the Latino community to get outdoors and participate in activities to protect our natural resources. Here’s what conservation means to our EcoMadres team…
In the US, the Latino community is particularly vulnerable to the impacts of extreme heat. Learn why, and what you can do about it in our two new fact sheets.
Los latinos juegan un papel importante como administradores de nuestra tierra, agua y aire, ya que es naturalmente parte de nuestra cultura. Durante la semana latina de la conservación y siempre, EcoMadres …
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Colorado, Iowa, Nevada, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.
“Communities like mine are seeing the health impacts of air pollution from ground transportation — asthma, heart attacks, stroke, and lung infections, to name just a few…I worry every day about how air and climate pollution will affect my children’s health and development.”
Siempre hay cínicos entre nosotros: El Día de la Madre es solo una fiesta inventada con mucho marketing detrás. ¿Pero sabes qué? Acepto cualquier excusa para celebrar la maternidad. Y la paternidad, …
A Texas woman tells us why her family needs the strongest possible regulations to reduce deadly pollution from heavy-duty trucks
The EPA issued a letter this week objecting to Colorado state’s permit renewal request for the Suncor Refinery. The plant “raises significant environmental justice concerns, as illustrated by the severity of pollution and described health impacts facing the communities living in proximity to the Suncor site.”
On February 1, Moms Clean Air Force hosted a virtual round table conversation about the intersection between climate and health equity. The expert panelists connected the real-life impact of climate change to human health and discussed leading solutions for improving our families’ health.
The cumulative build-up of lead is the cause of severe health concerns in children, particularly those under the age of six. A sponsor of the NYC Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Act, tells us, “It’s a great law, but any law is only as good as the enforcement it receives.”
The key finding of a new study found that extreme heat related to climate change is so dangerous to human health that it’s sending more children and teenagers to hospital emergency rooms.
Moms Clean Air Force Florida Organizer, Yaritza Perez, wrote this op-ed for Newsweek urging policymakers to finalize the strongest and most comprehensive rules to protect our families from all sources of oil and gas methane pollution.