Here are some newly published climate books for children just in time for back-to-school season.
Electric school busses reduce air pollution and safeguard the health of children, bus drivers, teachers, and communities. Here are more reasons to roll with electric school busses.
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.
For the schools awarded grants last October as part of the US EPA’s Clean School Bus Program, an April deadline to submit payment request forms for their new buses is fast approaching, and the next round of grant applications will be due.
These climate tool kits and guides are available to help healthcare providers, parents, teachers, and school administrators understand the health impacts on children and adults.
Do your kids learn about climate change at school? Is their school energy efficient? How do heat and extreme weather affect schoolchildren? Here’s the latest school-related climate news.
A PFAS expert tells us how parents can protect their kids from PFAS, aka “forever chemicals,” especially as they head back to school.
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, Texas, and West Virginia.
Educators and parents need evidence-based climate curriculums and guidelines for talking to children about climate change.
As a member of the Alliance for Electric School Buses, Moms Clean Air Force has helped develop equity recommendations for the EPA to consider as they distribute funding for electric school buses.
New research casts doubts about the health safety of synthetic turf.
Here are 5 resources you can use to get started on the road to electric school buses.