Air pollution effects minority and disadvantaged groups more. The author of the Hood Health Handbook tells us how, and what we can do to fix it.
Find out if you live near toxin-spewing coal-power plants. Then tell Congress to do something about air pollution.
Read how Mumsnet made political waves all from the convenience of their homes. Help Moms Clean Air Force do the same for keeping our air clean.
Find out why asthma rates are higher for African-American children. Then learn what you can do to protect your child.
The AEP is pushing a bill that would allow preventable premature deaths. Fight for longer lives and clean air with us tomorrow.
EPA issued stricter regulations on air polluters across the country, but there’s more work to be done. Join the fight for clean air.
The rates for African American asthma are high because of air pollution. Find out what you can do to fix it!
Senator Carper (D-DE) oversaw the EPW hearings on June 30, 2011 for stricter rules on air pollution. Find out the results here.
Protect your children’s health! Learn about Latinos’ greater risk for mercury poisoning and other toxic chemical exposure.
Are you African-American? Do you suffer from asthma? Then join Moms Clean Air Force in fighting asthma-causing air pollution.
Sometimes federal regulations can be a nuisance. The Clean Air Act is not one. Tell your congressperson you don’t stand for dirty air.
The anti-Alar movement was made up of concerned parents. It’s time to protect our kids again. Mercury pollution needs to go.