New study shows cutting air pollution generated by burning fossil fuels would save over 50,000 lives and provide more than $600 billion in health benefits.
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, we’ve been highlighting the intersection of climate change and mental health. Collective action can help us combat feelings of isolation and find meaning and purpose in the climate crisis.
“Our Great National Parks” highlights the important role the world’s large national parks play in mitigating climate change while protecting the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the plants and animals that make nature so special.
The 2022 “State of the Air” report from the American Lung Association finds that more 137 million Americans live in places with unhealthy air.
Indigenous communities and communities of color are disproportionately affected by the harms of air pollution, and often excluded from the health benefits of environmental progress.
The EPA issued a letter this week objecting to Colorado state’s permit renewal request for the Suncor Refinery. The plant “raises significant environmental justice concerns, as illustrated by the severity of pollution and described health impacts facing the communities living in proximity to the Suncor site.”
Moms Clean Air Force staff and members made news throughout the country!
Orphaned oil and gas wells leak oil, gas, and toxic chemicals into our air and water. This dangerous pollution is a critical issue facing millions of families.
For more than 10 years, the Suncor refinery has been operating on an expired Clean Air Act permit polluting communities of color in Colorado.
Read how Moms Clean Air Force staff and members made news throughout the country!
Poor indoor air quality impacts the Indigenous community at a higher rate than other communities, especially for people living on reservations. Here are ways to improve indoor air pollution in the Indigenous community.
A proposed lithium mine in Nevada is slated to be located near ancestral lands. Close to an Indigenous community, the mine could impact their land, air and water with dangerous pollution.