Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Maryland, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Michigan.
We participated in the EPA’s virtual public hearing with 38 Moms Clean Air Force members from across the country giving oral testimony. We are supporting the proposed rules to cut methane and other harmful air pollutants from newly built and older existing oil and gas operations.
Research shows that emissions from gas stoves can threaten indoor air quality while contributing to climate change. Here’s what to do if you have a gas stove to reduce health-harming pollutants.
Seven million Americans live within a half mile of an active marginal oil or gas well, which is why we need the strongest and most comprehensive methane rules to protect children’s health from all sources of oil and gas methane pollution.
Yesterday, President Biden announced his latest Build Back Better Framework, and Moms applauded. This bill would make a historic climate investments.
Moms Clean Air Force staff and members made news throughout the country!
Orphaned oil and gas wells leak oil, gas, and toxic chemicals into our air and water. This dangerous pollution is a critical issue facing millions of families.
Moms Clean Air Force staff and members launch the “Let’s Get Rolling” summer tour to build support for clean, electric school buses, and made news on climate issues throughout the country!
Read how Moms Clean Air Force staff and members made news throughout the country!
Poor indoor air quality impacts the Indigenous community at a higher rate than other communities, especially for people living on reservations. Here are ways to improve indoor air pollution in the Indigenous community.
Moms Clean Air Force’s Public Health and Policy Director Molly Rauch, and members of the Moms team, joined Senators Chuck Schumer, Martin Heinrich, Angus King and Ed Markey to add support for the methane CRA.
Congress must restore vital methane pollution safeguards. This will clear a pathway for EPA to quickly move ahead to further strengthen the rule to protect the health of our children and their futures.