Hear from Pennsylvania and Florida mothers as they courageously confront air pollution in their hometowns in PBS’s EcoSense for Living documentary series.
Read about a Pennsylvania mom who became an outspoken anti-fracking activist after her daughter’s health problems were traced to benzene exposure.
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.
Learn about the new Moms & Mayors initiative that provides resources to municipalities all over the country that have taken over protection of clean air and water that the federal government is abandoning.
Learn about a stunning new paper that links infant mortality and low birth weight to pollution and what the authors say are “pre-polluted babies”.
Fracking is a threat to our family’s health and to the health of the land on which we live. Read what happens when a woman tours Pennsylvania and sees the fracking damage.
A new study shows a decrease in low birth weight and preterm births in New Jersey after the closure of a cross-state air pollution producing power plant.
Read our exclusive Moms Clean Air Force interview with Pennsylvania State Rep Gene DiGirolamo as he discusses climate action and renewable energy.
Read about children in states around the country who are suing federal and state authorities for not protecting the environment and taking climate action.
Learn about measuring air pollution, particularly soot pollution, in the United States spanning decades using bird specimens in museums.
Read our exclusive interview with Pennsylvania Rep. Matt Cartwright, a member of the Bipartisan Climate Caucus, talking about fracking and clean air.
Read Moms Clean Air Forces interview with Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney, in which he discusses climate action at the local and state levels.