We do not all breathe the same air. We are now a country that is — with the oversight of the Senate committee that is upholding a radical and racist deregulatory agenda — allowing our EPA to increase air pollution everywhere, but especially in communities of color.
Wheeler is trying to take credit for America’s relatively clean air without acknowledging that he is working to undo all the protections that created it.
On June 5th, we will honor the annual National Gun Violence Awareness Day, by wearing orange. It is extremely important to become aware of any huge threat to our children’s safety. We are focused on the systemic racism — especially, now, the racist radical deregulatory agenda of this EPA — that means that low income, communities of color are more polluted than other places.
According to an EPA associate deputy assistant administrator for new chemicals, “The agency’s goal is to allow the commercialization of products.”
To combat COVID-19, the country has no federal health policy. America also has no federal climate policy. The Trump administration has addressed these crisis’s by passing the buck to the states. Governors, mayors and local officials from across the country have stepped up to keep Americans safe and healthy.
Moms gave testimony last week because families have the right to know if the air is safe. Wheeler’s proposal on particle pollution is too weak. It ignores scientific evidence, and flouts procedural considerations that should be paramount during during COVID-19.
People are switching back to single-use plastic in an effort to distance from deadly COVID-19. Here are tips for staying healthy and using less plastic.
“The Impact of COVID-19 on Latinos in the U.S.” study outlines how the Latino community is at the uppermost rates for Americans dying from COVID-19.
Moms Clean Air Force staff and members continue to confront the coronavirus and make news throughout the country.
Harriet Shugarman’s new book “How to Talk to Your Kids About Climate Change” provides tools and strategies for parents to explain the climate emergency to their children and galvanize positive action.
At Moms Clean Air Force, we continue to engage over a million members in our fight for clean air, as we do our part to flatten the curve of the coronavirus pandemic.
For many people, delivery of goods has become a lifeline. With 90% of our shipped goods packaged in cardboard, there’s lots of cardboard boxes hanging around. Now our kids are discovering the fun of building with cardboard boxes!