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In March 2019, along with dozens of Moms Clean Air Force members from more than 15 states, Arizona Supermom, Claudia Faudoa, testified at the only public hearing on the rollback of the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards in Washington, DC. Her poignant testimony was heard in Arizona and around the country on Public News Service, Arizona PBS, and other news outlets.
At the 2018 Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco, a conference with leaders from around the world aiming to “take [climate] ambition to the next level,” Moms Clean Air Force highlighted the critical role of women in fighting for climate action.
After more than three years of work by Moms Clean Air Force and other partners, the Yellowstone Gateway Protection Act was passed as part of the historic 2019 Public Lands Package. The legislation prohibits hard rock mining on 30,370 acres of public land in two mining districts that border Yellowstone National Park.
Nevada Clean Air Moms proudly stood beside Governor Steve Sisolak in March 2019 as he announced that Nevada will join the U.S. Climate Alliance. Moms Clean Air Force was one of only two climate groups invited to speak at the press conference by the Governor.
New Mexico Clean Air Moms joined Governor Lujan Grisham as she signed her January 2019 Executive Order, committing New Mexico to the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement. New Mexico will reduce statewide emissions by 45% by 2030 over 2005 levels, and implement stronger methane regulations for the oil and gas industry.
In June 2018, after continued pressure from Pennsylvania moms, Governor Wolf upheld his commitment to cleaning up Pennsylvania’s air by regulating methane emissions from new oil and gas infrastructure in Pennsylvania. The protections are among some of the strongest in the country.
Texas Organizer DeeDee Belmares was appointed to serve on the Steering Committee for San Antonio’s Climate Action and Adaptation Plan (CAAP). She is working to build a grassroots movement to support the plan and bring the voices of frontline communities to the table.
As part of the DC Climate Coalition, Moms Clean Air Force DC fought to pass the strongest state climate bill in the country, moving DC to 100% renewable energy by 2032.