A new rule proposed this month has the potential to cut pollution from pipelines across the US by modernization and improved oversight.
No need to panic about replacing your gas stove. There are things we can all do to protect ourselves from gas stove pollution—without the expense.
Over the next three days, dozens of moms from across the country will testify before EPA at a virtual public hearing on cutting methane and other harmful pollutants from new and existing oil and gas operations. This is my testimony…
EPA has released an updated rule to cut methane and other harmful pollutants from new and existing oil and gas operations. This important step forward will help establish protections for the families living closest to oil and gas operations, and is the best lever we have to combat climate change, which impacts all of us.
As part of our series about the health impacts of methane, Karen Knudson tells her story about how state land near her Pennsylvania home is being used for oil and gas wells, transmission pipelines, and other infrastructure for the industry.
“InfluenceMap” is a data-driven analysis of how business and finance are impacting the climate crisis. It chronicles how the public claims of ExxonMobil, Chevron, Shell, BP, and Total Energies stack up against their actual behavior in the marketplace.
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Colorado, Michigan, Mississippi, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Washington, DC.
Moms are urging President Biden and the Office of Management and Budget to release a strong methane rule proposal by the end of summer to protect our children’s health.
Researchers at Harvard found that natural gas used in home stoves contains “at least 21 hazardous air pollutants that may impact air quality and health.” These pollutants include: dangerous levels of benzene and toluene.
As a longtime climate activist, a mom wanted to do something symbolic of her life’s work. So she decided for her 70th birthday to cap a methane-leaking gas well!
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Colorado, Iowa, Nevada, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.
Patrice Tomcik, Senior National Field Manager for Moms Clean Air Force was invited to give oral testimony to the U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on the Climate Crisis, to cut methane pollution.