Read about Scott Pruitt’s self serving attempt to repeal the Clean Power Plan, which is popular and vital to our fight against climate change, in order to enrich himself and his donors.
Learn how trees store excess carbon from the atmosphere and release oxygen. And find out how we can plant more trees while slowing deforestation to help address climate change.
Read about the findings of the American Lung Association in their 2018 annual State of the Air report, and where we need to improve air quality.
Learn about the science of predicting peak cherry blossom time in Washington, D.C. and how it’s being affected by climate change.
Read some of the testimony given by moms against the repeal of America’s Clean Power Plan. The public comment period on the repeal lasts until April 26, 2018.
Learn how Superfund and other toxic chemical sites are made more hazardous by climate change and extreme weather, and how states need to be prepared to deal with emergencies.
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.
Read about proposed cuts to the budget of the National Weather Service that would make it more difficult for communities to prepare for sever weather.
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.
Winter Olympics athletes are warning that there are fewer places where they can safely play their sports without risking injury or worse. Learn how climate change is the cause and what you can do.
Learn how kids can become responsible stewards of our planet in the future. Read our profile of KidsGardening, the national resource educating families about this important activity.
I’ll admit it. Watching the Olympics sometimes makes me cry. I am moved by the athletes’ commitment to give their all, to be their best possible selves.