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Latinos and the New Climate Movement

BY ON February 1, 2019
This post was written with Mark Magaña, the Founding President & CEO of GreenLatinos, a national coalition of Latino environmental, natural resources, and conservation advocates. It originally appeared at Hispanic LA: It is a myth that Latinos don’t have the time nor interest to care...

TOPICS: Activism, Arizona, California, Clean Air Rules and Regulations, Colorado, EPA, Florida, Illinois, Latino Community, Social Justice, Tennessee, Texas

Job Opening: Florida Field Consultant

BY ON December 30, 2018
Moms Clean Air Force (Moms) is a community of over 1,000,000 moms—and dads—working together to combat air pollution, including the urgent crisis of our changing climate.  We arm members with reliable information and solutions through online resources, articles, action tools, and on-the-ground organizing. Moms Clean Air Force...

TOPICS: Activism, Florida

Mercury Pollution in Florida

BY ON November 21, 2018
Mercury standards under attack: The Mercury and Air Toxics Standards are a lifesaving, fully implemented, effective pollution prevention program that specifically protects pregnant women and babies from harm. Since 2012, the mercury standards have helped to dramatically lower mercury emissions from coal plants. Moms want...

TOPICS: Florida, Mercury Poisoning

The Best and Worst Midterm Results for the Environment

BY ON November 8, 2018
This was written by Olivia Rosane. It originally posted on EcoWatch: Results from the U.S. midterm election are mostly in, and, when it comes to what they mean for the environment, they’re a real mixed bag. On the plus side, the Democrats took the House...

TOPICS: Activism, African-American Community, Carbon Pollution, Children's Health, Clean Air Rules and Regulations, Climate Change, Colorado, EPA, Florida, Latino Community, New York, Politics, Texas

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