As the first 100 days of a new administration draw to a close, we now have a president who cares about the world parents and grandparents will leave behind, the world our children will inherit.
Climate change is changing the history of Black Americans. Extreme weather events not only break weather records, they impact families in ways that will have long lasting effects for generations to come.
The Trump administration’s federal budget proposal for the 2020 fiscal year reaffirmed the White House’s misguided intent to undercut agencies and programs dedicated to protecting public health, the environment, and our climate.
An enormous, heartfelt thank you to Congressman Paul Tonko for his beautifully articulated principles for action on climate change.
Read about the impact climate change is having on winter recreation and the areas where the economy is built around winter activities.
Read about Donald Trump’s failure to act on climate change and his disastrous lack of knowledge about California wildfires.
Read about a new report from climate scientists saying that drastic action is necessary if we are to lessen the imminant disaster of global climate change.
Join Moms Clean Air Force on Spetember 8, 2018 at Rise For Climate Rallies around the country to encourage local leaders to take climate action.
Check out our by the numbers list of the recent Scott Pruitt rollback of clean car standards, including the industry that benefits and the people who pay.
Learn about the new Moms & Mayors initiative that provides resources to municipalities all over the country that have taken over protection of clean air and water that the federal government is abandoning.
Hurricane Harvey wasn’t caused by climate change, but learn how this once-in-a-lifetime storm was worsened by climate change and what the future holds for hurricane-prone areas.
Read about the efforts of Stella McCartney and Ellen MacArthur to bring attention to the wastefulness of the fashion industry as they strive to change it.