Protect science is what one mom with a background at EPA and National Academy of Sciences exhorts us to do in order to protect children.
Learn about the toxic weedkiller glyphosphate, found in Roundup, that has contaminated cereal products used in school breakfast programs and in our homes.
Read about ways to get your kids involved in protecting nature and taking climate action to help prevent climatre catastrophe in their lifetimes.
Air polluted by smoke from the massive California fires reminds us of what our air could be like if we allow air pollution regulations to be rolled back.
Read about the National Science Teachers Association’s statement supporting the teaching of climate science in classrooms across the country.
An exclusive interview with Eric Sorenson, an award winning meteorologist discussing climate change and extreme weather.
Read about a proposed fracking site in Colorado that is adjacent to a school in a predominantly non-white area, and the push back from moms that has followed.
Read about a Pennsylvania mom who became an outspoken anti-fracking activist after her daughter’s health problems were traced to benzene exposure.
Our 2018 National Healthy Schools Day Twitter Chat focuses on lead in schools and childcare facilities. There is no safe level of lead!
Read about a grassroots movement in Idaho to stop the legislature from stripping schools of climate science education. Students, teachers, and parents made their voices heard!
Learn how kids can become responsible stewards of our planet in the future. Read our profile of KidsGardening, the national resource educating families about this important activity.
When wildfires are extinguished, they can leave behind dangerous wildfire smoke. Read one Montana mother’s first-hand report of raising children where the air is unhealthy to breathe.