Congress will soon vote on a bill to prevent EPA from implementing strong limits on tailpipe emissions from cars and light trucks. We need to act fast to ensure these health-protective safeguards are finalized and implemented.
A recent Yale Climate survey asked, “What do you think is the greatest threat that global warming poses to the US, if any?” Here’s the the most common theme of the respondents…
This Pride Month, read a personal essay about how the climate change movement relates to the gay movement.
Fossil fuel risk bond programs are tools that communities can use to begin to address the staggering externalized costs of climate disasters.
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Georgia, Iowa, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas and West Virginia.
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EPA proposed new rules for pollution from plastics and chemical manufacturing, tailpipe pollution from cars and trucks, and mercury and other air toxins from coal-fired power plants. Here’s how to help EPA pass the strongest clean air standards.
In an executive order, Biden declared a new Office of Environmental Justice positioned inside the White House Council on Environmental Quality. Federal agencies are now mandated to structure their policies through the prism of how toxic pollution and the climate crisis impact minority and Native communities.
EPA’s recent proposal to reduce climate pollution from heavy-duty trucks and buses would help avoid 1.8 billion tons of carbon emissions through 2055. And for millions who live with poor air quality, the proposed Clean Truck standards would improve air quality nationwide.
EPA Administrator Michael Regan announced historic rulemakings to address pollution from the transportation industry. Here’s the speech Moms Clean Air Force’s National Field Manager Liz Hurtado gave at EPA Headquarters in Washington, DC.
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Young people have a right to feel betrayed by inadequate climate action—and they have a right to have their voices represented in the climate policies that will affect them the most. Here’s how you can help.