This letter from Naomi Klein outlines why the DNC needs to break the rules and have a climate debate. “And that’s a very big deal. Because as Greta says, “We cannot solve an emergency without treating it like an emergency.”
Actually, he’s been right for decades. Learn more about how right he was.
Moms from Nevada, New Mexico and Arizona are seeing, feeling and coping with the debilitating effects of air pollution in their homes every day.
Bowing to the interests of wealthy corporate lobbyists, the Trump’s EPA refuses to ban chlorphyrifos, a pesticide sprayed on fruits and vegetables, and known to damage the brains of fetuses and children.
Native American tribes are leading the energy revolution with ambitious projects that help set the stage for the rest of America to move to 100% clean energy by 2050.
View photos from our 6th annual Play-In for Climate Action! See our kids at play and our Moms Clean Air Force members on Capitol Hill delivering a public message to 100 congressional offices: It’s time to get serious about climate change!
President Trump is misleading Americans with false claims of stewardship of our environment in his speech today. By making our air and water dirtier, and our climate more dangerous, Trump is a disaster for America.
Our children will be living with the deadly consequences of an overheating planet for the rest of their lives — what we do, or don’t do, in the next five to ten years makes an enormous difference. Our members want to know what candidates’ climate plans will be in their first 100 days in office.
Moms Clean Air Force Trisha Sheehan’s child attends a NJ school with mercury contaminated floors. She brings this issue to her state senator, and in a letter to EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler, Sen. Booker mentions cases of mercury vapor in multiple schools across his state.
While PA Representative Danielle Friel Otten’s platform is focused on social justice at every level – strong public schools, making health care more affordable and accessible, public safety, workforce development and family-sustaining jobs – it was environmental justice that first called her to run for office.
Bill Wehrum is stepping down as the head of air and radiation office of EPA. He is leaving amid an investigation into his possible violations of federal ethics rules. Wehrum has made a fortune as a high paid attorney representing oil and gas interests, coal interests and coal-based power companies.
Moms are climate voters. As we watch the debates, our members want to know that the climate crisis is a top line issue. We are listening for each candidate’s thoughtful commitment to tackling carbon and methane emissions. We want to know how each candidate plans to get us to a fossil-fuel free, 100% Clean Energy Economy by 2050.