A new poll confirms that communities of color are especially vulnerable to the deadly health risks from climate change. “A 100% clean economy is a solution that looks to insure fair and equitable future to black communities…”
Rachel Heaton, is a member of the Muckleshoot Tribe of Auburn, Washington. She shares her concerns about mercury poisoning in fish. “Our people have always depended on the salmon.”
Ojibwe Great-Grandmother Mary Lyons talks about the importance of clean air and water to her children, and community – and why she opposes any effort to undermine the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards.
We’re launching a series of interviews with Native American women about the importance of clean air and water to them, their children, and their communities – and why they oppose any effort to undermine the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards.
Moms Clean Air Force’s national field director wrote about why she believes addressing our differences is the only way to create discourse—and solutions to fight climate change.
An enormous, heartfelt thank you to Congressman Paul Tonko for his beautifully articulated principles for action on climate change.
Learn about Community Rx, which educates, empowers, and activates African American communities to fight for clean air and environmental justice.
Learn about the Climate and Community Protection Act, legislation in New York that will address climate change and climate justice.
Learn about Washington State’s new health justice mapping tool, a free online program that provides an environmental health impact score for each area.
As the mom of two black girls and one black boy, I am deeply concerned about the disproportionate environmental health risks for African-American children.
Learn about the group Ecomadres, a group of Latino men and women fighting for clean air, pollution regulations, and climate action.
Read comments from people all over the country who recognize that Andrew Wheeler is dangerously unfit to be EPA Administrator.