Moms Clean Air Force is a community of over 1,000,000 moms and dads united against air pollution – including the urgent crisis of our changing climate – to protect our children’s health. We arm members with reliable information and solutions through online resources, articles, action tools, and on-the-ground events. We work across the US on national and local policy issues, through a vibrant network of state-based field teams. Our moms meet with lawmakers at every level of government to build support for commonsense solutions to pollution. We believe that protecting children’s health is a non partisan issue. In fact, we think of ourselves as “Mompartisan”. We meet with members of Congress on both sides of the aisle to let them know that votes for clean air and a stable climate are urgently important to us. Moms have passion and power – an unbeatable combination. We are harnessing the strength of mother love to fight back against polluters.
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WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON
- Connecting the dots between climate change and children’s health;
- Building support for standards that limit climate pollution from carbon, methane, and ozone;
- Protecting children from potentially harmful chemical exposures through education and advocacy focused on toxic chemicals in consumer products and other sources;
- Bringing the voices of parents to decision makers at the local, regional, and national levels;
- Driving solutions that support clean, renewable energy for a strong economy and healthy families; and
- Fostering a national conversation about climate change that moves beyond partisanship, to focus on families and communities.
Moms have passion and power — an unbeatable combination. Moms will do everything we can to keep our children safe and sound. That’s why we are uniting to ensure that our children have clean air right now, and for their future.
At Moms Clean Air Force, we make it easy and fast for busy parents to make their voices heard—while baby naps.
Because sometimes, being a good mom means being an active citizen.