Climate change, air pollution and children’s health champion EPA Administrator Lisa P. Jackson leaves her post.
Join us in seeking to strengthen soot standards, reduce air pollution and let the EPA know we care about the quality of the sir we breathe.
Learn about the chemicals polluting the great lakes, both new and old, that affect our water and air quality.
Industry is more likely to locate and create high levels of pollution in low income and African American communities.
Learn how improvements in the 70s have not kept Michigan pollution free, as many hazards still remain.
Read about how contaminated fish warnings are not reaching pregnant women and others in many communities.
Join us in celebrating the Power of We in your neighborhood like our bloggers are in theirs, fighting to clean up our air.
Read about a new study that looks at the mercury in tuna served in school lunches and learn how to reduce your child’s exposure to mercury from tuna.
Learn how contaminated fish and seafood warnings are too difficult to find and interpret and fail to reach minority and low income communities.
Learn about air pollution in Ohio and other Great Lakes states, where new standards will help, but not eliminate, air pollution from industry.
Help us protect the Clean Air Act and support the EPA’s continuing efforts to decrease indoor air pollution in our schools.
Find out what Moms Clean Air Force Field Organizer Starla McDermott has to say about pollution in her state and actions moms can take to promote clean air.