Researchers at Harvard found that natural gas used in home stoves contains “at least 21 hazardous air pollutants that may impact air quality and health.” These pollutants include: dangerous levels of benzene and toluene.
As a longtime climate activist, a mom wanted to do something symbolic of her life’s work. So she decided for her 70th birthday to cap a methane-leaking gas well!
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Patrice Tomcik, Senior National Field Manager for Moms Clean Air Force was invited to give oral testimony to the U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on the Climate Crisis, to cut methane pollution.
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A new study found an association between air pollution from oil and gas development was an increased health risk for early death for older adults.
The news about emissions from gas stoves has people considering whether to switch out gas for electric. WE ACT For Environmental Justice (WE ACT) plans to monitor the air quality in New York City apartments to learn how gas models compare with electric induction models.
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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.
La EPA debe establecer las normas más exigentes e integrales posibles, para proteger a nuestras familias de toda fuente de contaminación por metano proveniente del petróleo y del gas, sin dejar por fuera los pozos pequeños ni la quema de gas habitual. Exigimos justicia en cada aliento.
Methane emissions are a major source of climate pollution, and methane emissions pose major health risks to our families. The comment period for EPA’s proposed methane rules closes in just one week. Speak out today!
A new report from the non-profit RMI (formerly, Rocky Mountain Institute) highlights how utilities charge unknowing consumers to keep expanding the use of natural gas.