2018 wasn’t a great year for our planet, but looking forward we see hope in actions by companies, states and localities to address climate change in 2019.
Hear from a young mother about how diversity strengthens the climate action movement by involving more people and communities.
Read about the Trump EPA plans to roll back environmental protections in a move that will endanger the health of vulnerable communities including children.
Read about the phenomenon of climate refugees – people pushed out of their homes due to extreme weather or changing housing markets due to climate change.
Read about a new report from climate scientists saying that drastic action is necessary if we are to lessen the imminant disaster of global climate change.
Read about two moms who ran for local office in 2018 and won their elections by taking a stand on important environmental issues.
Read about youth activists who are tackling climate change through protest and a new Congress with progressive members looking at bold solutions.
Wishing a Happy Thanksgiving to those whose hard work and sacrifice have led us to a place where we can have new hope for addressing climate change.
The 2018 election saw a record number of women running for office and winning, changing local, state, and federal legislatures for the better by running on thoughtful platforms and transforming governing bodies.
If you want to live a long life don’t move to Stilwell, Oklahoma. This small, rural town has the lowest life expectancy rate in the U.S.
Read an exclusive interview with New Mexico’s State Representative Angelica Rubio.
Join Moms Clean Air Force on Spetember 8, 2018 at Rise For Climate Rallies around the country to encourage local leaders to take climate action.