The 2020 State of the Air report, released by the American Lung Association, found more people are breathing unhealthy air compared to last year. Despite decades of progress, the trend lines are now headed in the wrong direction.
Cathy Whitlock, the lead author of the Montana Climate Assessment, says: “We see from the paleo record that any time conditions have gotten warmer in Montana, there have been more fires.” And with fire comes consequences – asthma and other respiratory problems.
Moms Clean Air Force staff and members made news throughout the country during these last two weeks!
Read about the impact climate change is having on winter recreation and the areas where the economy is built around winter activities.
Mercury standards under attack: The Mercury and Air Toxics Standards are a lifesaving, fully implemented, effective pollution prevention program that specifically protects pregnant women and babies from harm. Since 2012, the mercury …
Climate change is accelerating wildfire risk. Learn what that means for your region and how fire management practices can help, but not fix the issue.
See pictures and read about Congressional leaders and moms joining forces at our 5th annual Play-in for Climate Action on July 11, 2018.
Look through our photos from Moms and Mayors Mama Summits, giving moms across the nation the opportunity to work directly with local officials
Read about the findings of the American Lung Association in their 2018 annual State of the Air report, and where we need to improve air quality.
Read some of the testimony given by moms against the repeal of America’s Clean Power Plan. The public comment period on the repeal lasts until April 26, 2018.
Read about Montana residences supporting the methane waste rule that protects air quality and that Secretary Zinke is working to gut.
Learn how Superfund and other toxic chemical sites are made more hazardous by climate change and extreme weather, and how states need to be prepared to deal with emergencies.