Justice Ginsburg was a champion for environmental protections. She addressed the problem and was keenly aware of the need to use science-based solutions to address global warming. Now it’s time to honor her legacy by telling debate monitors to ask the candidates how they will reduce climate pollution.
Moms in New Mexico and Pennsylvania are working to cut methane pollution at the state-level, but federal safeguards remain essential because air pollution doesn’t stop at state borders.
In Pope Frances’ new message, he reinforced protecting the environment. The pope also addressed the unjust toll the pandemic has on the poor and vulnerable.
Ignoring the pollution that is heating up our planet will only make the climate crisis worse. We are demanding that debate moderators address this critical issue. They must ask the candidates: What is your plan to cut climate pollution?
In the six months since Trump declared COVID-19 a public health emergency, his administration has rolled back at least 30 protections, while proposing changes to at least 20 others.
Despite the increase of climate disasters growing more extreme, common, and destructive, our reaction and response may not be matching the moment. Have we developed a sense of normalcy around these unnatural disasters?
As the California wildfires burn across the state, an environmental health scientist mom is worried because she knows that children and pregnant women, as well as those with heart disease or respiratory conditions like asthma, are particularly vulnerable to the health impacts of wildfire smoke.
A mom is deeply concerned that Trump picked Nancy Beck, a former senior official at the American Chemistry Council, as his nominee for the Consumer Product Safety Commission Chief.
More than 50 Moms Clean Air Force members, organizers, and staff testified at a public hearing about EPA’s proposal to retain the current, too-weak standards for ground level ozone, or smog.
Multiple studies show that people with Covid-19 who live in U.S. regions with high levels of air pollution are more likely to die from the disease than people who live in less polluted areas.
Some automakers are trying to block tighter emission standards. We joined with consumer, environmental justice, climate, and faith partners, to deliver more than a quarter of a million signatures to automaker CEOs.
This year, Covid-19 has made people reconsider how to cast their vote safely. Here’s what you need to know to stay healthy, safe and vote in the 2020 election.