For the health, safety, and security of our families, consider planting a garden during the coronavirus crisis.
As America is struggling to respond to the global coronavirus pandemic, with millions facing critical healthcare shortages and massive unemployment, the Trump administration is rolling back America’s Clean Car Standards.
As we face an unprecedented public health crisis around Covid-19, we are relying on the scientific expertise. But Trump’s EPA’s is rushing through a dangerous proposal to undermine scientific integrity.
Health workers are the frontlines. We rely on them, every single day, whether we are sick, or anxious, or simply listening to their recommendations and information in news announcements. Please thank them.
A letter was sent to EPA Administrator Wheeler asking him to immediately halt a new proposed rule advancing the Trump administration’s efforts to censor public health science.
State by state, America’s leaders are grappling with the highly contagious COVID-19. Here’s what some of our Moms Clean Air Force team from across the country are hearing from their lawmakers about the virus.
Right now, besides staying healthy or getting well, the most important thing we can do is to make sure that hope can never be cancelled. All these activities open up paths to HOPE.
Moms Clean Air Force staff and members made news throughout the country!
As the number of people infected with Covid 19 climbs, our city and state governments must take matters into our hands. Here’s what else we can do…
For an article titled “How Air Pollution is Impacting Our Kids and What We Can Do About It” for Parents magazine, Moms Clean Air Force’s senior director and cofounder, Dominique Browning discusses why air pollution is serious problem for children.
A new poll confirms that communities of color are especially vulnerable to the deadly health risks from climate change. “A 100% clean economy is a solution that looks to insure fair and equitable future to black communities…”
Concerned about COVID-19? The CDC suggests using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. While these germ-killing gels may become scarce in the face of the growing outbreak, parents can easily make their own.