Learn about National Park Week, which occurs April 20th-28th this year. Moms Clean Air Force has compiled 10 tweetable facts in honor of National Park Week.
Learn why the current EPA soot standards do not go far enough in protecting our children from the negative effects of soot air pollution.
As climate change causes more and more extreme weather, we see more deadly, costly weather disasters. Here are the 10 worst of 2012.
Learn how one North Carolina doctor is fighting for clean air by testifying against the building of a new coal burning cement plant.
Meet a North Carolina teenager with asthma and learn how he has to manage his condition in order to work and exercise safely.
Learn how one NC mom led the way in cleaning up local beaches non-biodegradable cigarette butts showing how one person can make a difference.
Congratulations to all our members and everyone who fought to defeat Senator Inhofe’s bill obstructing implementation of new clean air standards.
Read a letter from a large group of the nation’s mayors expressing support for new EPA standards limiting mercury emissions and reducing mercury pollution.
Learn about a group of industrial polluters who are fighting against regulations that protect clean air in North Carolina.
Read about the group Mothers United and their fight against a proposed strip mining and cement manufacturing plant on the Cape Fear River.
Learn about the Wind Map and how it shows us pollution traveling across the globe, affecting places far from the source.
Find out the good and bad revealed in the American Lung Association’s 2012 State of the Air report about air quality in the United States.