Many things can break your heart, but air pollution shouldn’t be one of them. Send EPA a Valentine for Heart Health to protect our hearts with the strongest possible standards for soot pollution.
The 2022 “State of the Air” report from the American Lung Association finds that more 137 million Americans live in places with unhealthy air.
According to a study conducted at Harvard, long-term exposure to air pollution is linked to a higher risk of dying from COVID-19.
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.
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Arizona, Florida, Iowa, Virginia and Washington, DC.
Our new fact sheet, “Firefighters, Climate Change, and Toxic Chemicals,” highlights how the warming cycle creates dangerous wildfires, and toxic chemicals emitted from increased wildfires put firefighters at grave risk.
Read about a new report from the Lancet, detailing the negative health effects of extreme heat and climate change across the globe.
Even after a young man died from the fumes from a deadly chemical found in paint strippers, Scott Pruitt’s EPA is postponing a proposed ban on the lethal substance.
Learn about the disproportionate way that heart disease affects women and how air pollution makes an already bad situation much worse.
Find out what happens to your body when you breathe dirty air though a new, downloadable brochure from Moms Clean Air Force.
Find out how air pollution harms your body – your lungs, heart, brain, and womb – through an informative brochure from Moms Clean Air Force.
Learn how President Trump’s proposed EPA budget puts special interests ahead of protecting the most vulnerable, particularly seniors and children.