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Nevada Moms Work for Justice in Every Breath
Moms Clean Air Force works actively in Nevada to address climate change issues that disproportionately harm communities of color. We are committed to bringing moms together to develop events, policies, and actions to end environmental injustices in Nevada.
Nevada Moms Respond to Covid-19
As we continue to cope with the Covid-19 pandemic in Nevada, Moms Clean Air Force is holding all events virtually. Keeping our families safe is our top priority. So we are meeting with each other and our lawmakers remotely, while we explore ways to best support Nevada communities.
Moms Clean Air Force supports the Clean Cars Nevada initiative.
On January 14, 2021, Moms Clean Air Force participated in the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) virtual listening session on Clean Cars Nevada, an initiative that would provide Nevadans with more choices for low- and zero-emission passenger cars and light-duty trucks offered at dealerships across the state beginning in 2024. Transportation is the largest emitter of greenhouse gases, both nationally and in Nevada, making the sector a significant contributor to the climate crisis Nevadans are already experiencing. The Clean Cars Nevada initiative will help advance the state’s greenhouse gas reduction goals and reduce harmful air pollution from cars and light-duty trucks that impacts health.
Here is what Moms Clean Air Force organizers had to say during the listening session:
“The Latino community is often unjustly left behind when it comes to conversations about policies related to climate change and air pollution despite being disproportionately impacted by pollution because of where they live, learn, work, and play. As Nevada considers the Clean Car Nevada initiative, the state needs to be actively engaging, listening, and learning from Latino communities through an environmental justice and equity lense.” — Cinthia Moore, Nevada field organizer and EcoMadres co-leader
“My two sons and I all have asthma, and the essential act of breathing is something that we cannot take for granted. We depend on clean air to stay healthy, which is why I support the Nevada Clean Car Standards, an initiative that will cut harmful air pollution from the transportation sector. I urge our state to prioritize cleaning up our air to protect all Nevadans’ health and safety.” — Jennifer Cantley, Nevada field organizer
Nevada Moms work to shut down the Tahoe Western Asphalt plant.
In October 2020, the Nevada Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) shut down the Tahoe Western Asphalt plant in Carson City, on the border of Lyon County, Nevada. Nevada Moms worked tirelessly for three years to protect local communities from this facility’s toxic emissions, which could include harmful carcinogens and neurotoxins, such as benzene, naphthalene, and volatile organic compounds. We registered complaints with the Carson City Board of Supervisors and the DEP until the state began its investigation into the facility in the spring.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada member Matthew Wilkie had this to say about this important win for his community:
“Thank you Moms Clean Air Force for helping to protect my family, my community, and my neighborhood. The asphalt factory in Carson City had been pouring toxins into our community for far too long, without anybody holding them accountable. With the help of Moms Clean Air Force and brave community members who spoke up, we brought awareness to the lack of accurate air monitoring systems in our county and all rural communities in Nevada. And finally, the asphalt factory was shut down. We know our job is not finished, and we will continue to work together to fight for clean air and environmental justice in communities across the state.”
Moms Clean Air Force applauds the Nevada Climate Initiative.
In August 2020, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak launched the Nevada Climate Initiative, a collaboration among public, private, and nonprofit entities to develop a State Climate Strategy for reducing climate pollution that includes innovative solutions to protect our natural resources and build resilience across our communities. As part of the initiative, Nevada has committed to reaching net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, with interim goals of a 28% reduction by 2025 and a 45% reduction by 2030.
The governor hosted a series of listening sessions to discuss various elements of the initiative in the fall, and Moms Clean Air Force was invited to participate in the sessions on renewable energy, transportation, air quality, and climate justice. Las Vegas organizer Cinthia Moore leads the Nevada Climate Initiative Committee for the Nevada Environmental Justice Coalition, and in this role, she organized more than 30 advocates representing coalition groups to join the climate justice listening session and provide comments. Nevada Moms and our partners were proud to use our voices in the listening sessions to ensure that the recommendations made and ultimately implemented in the climate initiative prioritize equity and our children’s health.
Nevada Moms join Moms Clean Air Force members from across the country to demand EPA protect our families from dangerous smog.
On August 30 and September 1, 2020, Moms Clean Air Force Nevada joined more than 50 Moms Clean Air Force staff and volunteers from 14 states and DC to deliver testimony at the EPA’s virtual public hearing on ground-level ozone, or smog. Smog is a widespread and largely preventable form of air pollution that is a powerful lung irritant and asthma trigger. In July 2020, in the midst of a global respiratory pandemic, EPA chose to keep the standards for smog the same—in spite of strong evidence showing significant health harm at levels below the current standards—and opened a public comment period that would be considered notably short even if we were not in the midst of a global respiratory pandemic. This continues a disturbing trend at EPA, led by Administrator Andrew Wheeler, of sidelining science, ignoring environmental injustice, and stifling public participation in the rulemaking process.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada organizer Jennifer Cantley and 7 volunteers from across the state offered testimony. Listen to Jennifer’s testimony here.
Rep. Steven Horsford joins our 2020 Stay In and Speak Out for Climate Action.
This year, we aren’t playing around. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we aren’t holding our happy, crowded, buzzing, and bubbling annual Play-In for Climate Action in Washington, DC. Instead, we’re asking legislators across the country to join us for virtual events and conversations with their constituents to talk about air pollution, climate action and what we can do to fight the climate crisis where we live.
On August 12, Congressman Steven Horsford joined Nevada field organizers Cinthia Moore and Jennifer Cantley and moms and children from Nevada’s 4th District to discuss air pollution, climate change, and how the congressman is working to protect our families from these threats that impact health and well-being.
Nevada Moms join members of Moms Clean Air Force across the country to demand stronger protections against deadly soot.
In May 2020, Moms Clean Air Force Nevada joined more than 65 Moms Clean Air Force staff and volunteers from 18 states and DC to deliver testimony at the EPA’s virtual public hearing on PM 2.5, or deadly soot. In April 2020, Trump’s EPA proposed to retain the current standards for particle pollution, ignoring science and putting thousands of lives at risk. Even in the midst of a national public health emergency from COVID-19, moms participated in the public hearing in record numbers. It’s one of many ways Moms Clean Air Force Nevada is continuing to engage in serious and consequential advocacy and outreach during the coronavirus pandemic.
Nevada organizers Jennifer Cantley and Cinthia Moore offered testimony, as did Moms Clean Air Force members from around the state.
Clark County pauses 50,000-acre development to allow for public comment on climate impacts.
As a founding member of the Nevada Environmental Justice Coalition (NEJC), Moms Clean Air Force is working in communities across the state to achieve transparency in local government decisions about development. The coalition had its first major win in Clark County, where in 2020 the County Commission put its efforts to develop 50,000 acres on hold and launched the Transform Clark County initiative.
Transform Clark County is an effort to use community and stakeholder input to rewrite the county’s outdated and cumbersome Master Plan and Development Code. The initiative is an important opportunity for the public to engage in shaping a sustainable future for Clark County, which is home to the Las Vegas Strip. Las Vegas organizer Cinthia Zermeño Moore is working with the NEJC to ensure that the public and Moms Clean Air Force members are informed on the different ways they can participate in this process.
Nevada Organizer, Cinthia Zermeño Moore, speaks out against the alarming number of EPA regulatory rollbacks during the Covid-19 crisis.
As our country battles Covid-19, Trump’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) led by Andrew Wheeler has continued to move forward dangerous rollbacks that undermine the health of all Americans, but especially those most vulnerable to Covid-19. Nevada Organizer, Cinthia Zermeño Moore, elevated this issue in the Los Angeles-based Hispanic L.A.
Cinthia writes :
“By allowing more pollution in our air, our body’s ability to fight infection is reduced, so there is an increased risk of coronavirus-related complications. Exposure to air pollution can make asthma worse and our lungs more vulnerable to infection. In addition, air pollution increases the risk of hospitalization for pneumonia. In the midst of the global pandemic, there has never been a clearer indication of the importance of clean air as the basis for good public health.”
[This excerpt has been translated from Spanish.]
Moms Clean Air Force helps Nevada push for bold climate legislation.
In November 2019, Congressman Donald McEachin (VA-04) introduced the 100% Clean Economy Act of 2019 with Representatives Deb Haaland (NM-01), Debbie Dingell (MI-12), Earl Blumenauer (OR-3), Paul Tonko (NY-20), and Chellie Pingree (ME-01). This ambitious national bill aims to eliminate all climate pollution—including from transportation, electricity, buildings, and agriculture—by no later than 2050.
In the months leading up to the release of the bill, Nevada moms met with Members of Congress across the state to urge them to join as co-sponsors. Moms Clean Air Force Nevada thanks Representative Steven Horsford (NV-04) for being among the over 150 original co-sponsors leading on this issue.
Click here to learn more about the bill.
Governor Sisolak takes strong steps toward meeting the state’s goal to cut climate pollution 45% by 2030.
On November 22, 2019, Governor Sisolak issued an Executive Order directing state agencies to develop policy to meet pollution reduction targets set in the earlier in the year. The state will evaluate for the first time how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across all sectors of the economy — including energy, transportation, and building efficiency.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada proudly stood alongside the Governor during the press conference following the announcement. Reno Field Organizer, Jennifer Cantley, issued the following statement:
“Moms are thrilled Governor Sisolak is working on strong policy plans through today’s Executive Order, which will chart a path to carbon pollution reduction to protect the health and future of our children, and bring us closer to climate safety. While the Trump administration attacks safeguards that clean up the air and exits the Paris Climate Agreement, the Governor is taking specific steps to reduce emissions in Nevada.”
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada celebrates commitment of 100% renewable energy by 2050.
On Earth Day 2019, Nevada moms had much to celebrate. Governor Steve Sisolak signed a bill to transition the state to 100% renewable energy by 2050 and 50% by 2030, making Nevada the fourth state to commit to 100% renewable energy.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada was invited to attend the signing of this landmark bill, and member of the Kids Clean Air Force, Joey Cantley, was even given the signed bill.
Thank you to Governor Sisolak and Nevada Senator, Chris Brooks, for your commitment to addressing climate change and protecting the health and future of our state’s children!
Nevada joins the U.S. Climate Alliance, becoming the 23rd state to commit to meeting the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada proudly stood beside Governor Steve Sisolak in March 2019 as he announced that Nevada will join the U.S. Climate Alliance. As one of only two climate groups invited to speak at the press conference by the Governor, Nevada organizer, Jennifer Cantley, discussed the vital importance of taking action on climate change to protect the health and safety of Nevada’s children.
Senator Jacky Rosen pledges to support clean energy to protect children’s health:
In December 2018, staff from the offices of Senator Jacky Rosen, Representative Dina Titus, and Senator Catherine Cortez-Masto attended an Ecomadres cafecito held at the Alliance Against Diabetes Clinic in Las Vegas. Ecomadres is a collaboration between Moms Clean Air Force and GreenLatinos. Senator Rosen pledged to support the work of Moms Clean Air Force and move Nevada to a clean energy economy.
Protecting our children from particle and ozone pollution.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada is working with the Nevada Department of Environmental Protection’s Air Bureaus to get air quality monitors installed at schools and in other public locations in the rural communities surrounding Carson City, with the hopes to continue east to help all rural communities. These communities do not currently have a way to monitor air quality, but as the wildfire and heat seasons grow longer and contribute to periods of increased particle and ozone pollution, it is becoming ever more important for Nevadans to have the tools they need to assess local air quality. Air monitors can help protect vulnerable populations, including children and people with asthma and other lung diseases, from pollution that is otherwise invisible.
Working to transition Nevada’s school bus fleets to electric.
In 2017, Moms Clean Air Force Nevada joined Chispa Nevada in their campaign to convert our state’s dirty diesel school bus fleets to electric. This campaign is a personal mission for Nevada organizer Jennifer Cantley, who drives her son to and from school every day because diesel fumes can trigger his asthma attacks.
By spring 2019, Moms Clean Air Force members were testifying in the Nevada state legislature in favor of Senate Bill 299. This bill set aside part of the state’s Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Demonstration program to develop a pilot program for electric school buses across the state. It also authorized the state to offer incentives of up to 75% of the cost of a new electric school bus. The bill passed and was signed into law by Governor Sisolak in May 2019. Now our Nevada members are working to ensure the authorized pilot programs are launched in Carson City and Douglas County, despite coronavirus-related delays.
Advocating for climate education in Reno schools.
Moms Clean Air Force has teamed up with Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve on a climate education program in Reno schools. Nevada organizer Jennifer Cantley launched a school tour in April 2019 in schools throughout the city.
Organizing Latina moms through Ecomadres.
Launched in September 2018, the Ecomadres program brings Latina moms together to address issues of clean air, climate, and toxics that affect the health of Latino children and families. Ecomadres is a collaboration between GreenLatinos and Moms Clean Air Force.
We host cafecitos around Reno, Carson City, and Las Vegas that provide opportunities for the community to discuss air quality and climate change. We also invite local officials to hear about the issues that concern the families they represent.
Connecting Nevada moms to local leadership.
In Nevada, Moms Clean Air Force works to connect moms to their mayors and local city officials through Moms & Mayors.
The program helps moms share the changes they want to see in their communities with their mayors and other local officials. The goal is to achieve healthier communities—whether through addressing local air pollution issues, adding community solar projects, developing a strong city sustainability plan, and more.
At the 2018 Moms & Mayors events in Reno and Las Vegas, more than 260 Nevada residents came together for a day of celebration and action. The 2019 Moms & Mayors event was held on May 11th.
We’re leading the way on renewable energy.
The November 2018, election marked a big climate change win for Nevada. Just a year after former Nevada Governor, Brian Sandoval, vetoed a bill that would have increased renewable energy in the state to 40% by 2030, Nevadans fought for an even stronger commitment to clean energy. The ballot initiative, passed with nearly 60% of statewide votes, requires electric utility companies to switch to a minimum of 50% percent renewable energy by 2030. The bill will be voted on again in 2020 to be passed into law.
As the highest solar potential state, Nevada is incredibly well positioned to take on this challenge.
Climate change is putting our families at risk.
Already the driest state the United States, Nevada will likely face even more intense periods of drought as the planet warms. Nevada’s mountain snowpack, high altitude snow that accumulates throughout the winter, is a critical source of water for Nevada families and agriculture. With hotter winters and less winter snow, the snowpack is getting smaller and leading to increased water scarcity. In 2015, the U.S. Agriculture Department even declared the drought in Nevada a natural disaster.
Two Nevada cities, Reno and Las Vegas, are among the top 25 fastest warming cities in the United States — #1 and #3 respectively.
Rising temperatures in these cities puts Nevada families at risk from heat related illness and death, especially older adults and young children, who are more sensitive to heat.
Our children breathe polluted air.
Las Vegas and Reno experienced 63 and 21 code orange days respectively for ozone pollution from 2015-2017. This high number of unsafe ozone days caused Clark and Washoe Counties to receive an F grade from the American Lung Association for their air quality.
Over 39,000 children in Clark County (Las Vegas) have asthma. As the 13th most polluted city in the country, these children face dangerous breathing days too often.
We are fighting for stronger protections so that children in Nevada don’t have to play inside. During the summer, smog, or ground level ozone, is worse because it forms in the atmosphere when pollutants combine with heat and sunlight. Our kids should be able to play outside safely all summer!
On February 3, Moms Clean Air Force and EcoMadres organizer Cinthia Moore was featured on Mi Familia Vota’s weekly Facebook Live about environmental justice and President Biden’s executive orders. Watch the replay.
On February 1, Moms Clean Air Force Nevada organizer Jennifer Cantley participated in the Nevada Conservation League’s Legislative Preview with Assemblywoman Daniele Monroe Moreno, State Senate Majority Leader Nicole Cannizzaro, Senator Chris Brooks, and Assemblyman Howard Watts. Watch the replay.
On February 1, Moms Clean Air Force and EcoMadres organizer Cinthia Moore joined Esther Sosa (Environmental Defense Fund), Nicole Randall (Corazon Latino), and Felipe Benitez (Corazon Latino) for a bilingual conversation about how President Biden’s climate executive orders will impact Latino communities. The conversation was moderated by Karina Martinez (Corazon Latino). Watch the replay.
On January 23, Moms Clean Air Force Nevada organizer Jennifer Cantley participated in the virtual Reno Women’s March. Watch the replay.
In December, members of Moms Clean Air Force and EcoMadres Nevada met with Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, Sen. Jacky Rosen, Rep. Mark Amodei (NV-02), and Rep. Steven Horsford (NV-04) to encourage bold climate action in 2021.
On November 20, National Field Manager Tonya Calhoun and Nevada Field Organizer and EcoMadres co-leader Cinthia Zermeño Moore joined a virtual cafecito discussion moderated by Betsy Lopez-Wagner about the impact of the Black and Latino vote in the 2020 election. They explored what issues unify communities of color and how we can collectively make a difference in the fight for clean air and climate action. Watch the replay.
To celebrate the second anniversary of our EcoMadres program, we hosted a special event with music, conversation, and highlights of the amazing work EcoMadres across the country have been doing to educate and mobilize Latino families on the impacts of air pollution and climate change. The bilingual broadcast on October 29 was co-hosted by two Latinas, Nevada organizer Cinthia Zermeño Moore and Iowa organizer Karin Stein. This celebratory program featured brief interviews on topics including the impact of wildfires on Latinos and the importance of the Latino vote, interspersed with Latin music, most notably the premiere of the song “EcoMadres,” featuring dozens of organizers and members of the EcoMadres team. Watch the replay.
On October 22, Moms Clean Air Force chapters in Nevada and Texas hosted watch parties for the second presidential debate.
On October 22, our Ecomadres hosted a powerful discussion on the passion and practicalities of voting in the Latino community. The event was moderated by Iowa field organizer Karin Stein In the first segment of the event, Arizona field organizer Columba Sainz, Nevada field organizer Cinthia Zermeño Moore, and Florida field organizer Yaritza Perez shared stories with Nicole Randall of Corazon Latino about voting and empowering others to vote. In the second segment, EDF’s Esther Sosa and Fair Fight Action’s Jose Morales offered resources and advice for planning your vote and making sure it’s counted this election and in every election. Watch the replay.
On October 5, as part of our Virtual Cafecito series for Hispanic Heritage Month, Las Vegas field organizer Cinthia Zermeño Moore joined Las Vegas City Councilwoman Olivia Diaz for a conversation about the steps Councilwoman Diaz is taking to support her community and ensure equal access to remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch the replay HERE.
On September 24, Las Vegas organizer Cinthia Moore participated in the first of our virtual cafecitos for Hispanic Heritage Month, Cuentos del Fuego. The event spotlighted resiliency in the wake of Southern Oregon Fires. Xicana climate justice organizer Niria Alicia spoke with Betsy López-Wagner, Principal and Chief Strategist at López-Wagner Strategies; James Puerini, a former wildland firefighter and co-founder of the Yale Wildland Firefighter Rights Initiative; and Cinthia. They reflected on loss, recovery, and what the growing climate crisis means for frontline communities of color, especially the Latino/a/x communities.
Nevada moms joined Moms Clean Air Force members across the country to testify in the EPA’s virtual hearing on its proposal to retain the current National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Ground-Level Ozone. Nevada organizer Jennifer Cantley and 7 volunteers from across the state urged EPA to follow the science and strengthen the existing rule. Listen to Jennifer’s testimony here.
On August 13, Congressman Raul Ruiz joined Moms Las Vegas organizer Cinthia Moore, Arizona State Representative Raquel Terán, and Mi Familia Vota’s Salvador Hernandez for an Ecomadres panel discussion on overlapping concerns in the Latino community around immigration, health, and our environment. With the full restoration of DACA in limbo along with 100 environmental rollbacks that weaken our clean air protections and public health made more fragile by COVID-19, the stakes could not be higher. The panel was moderated by Emilia Pablo, host of “Desde Nevada.” Watch the video here.
On August 12, Congressman Steven Horsford joined Nevada field organizers Cinthia Moore and Jennifer Cantley and moms and children from Nevada’s 4th District to discuss air pollution, climate change, and how the congressman is working to protect our families from these threats that impact health and well-being as part of our 2020 Stay In and Speak Out for Climate Action. Watch the video here.
Las Vegas organizer Cinthia Moore hosted a virtual cafecito with Felipe Benitez and Dr. Suzanne Bartlett in celebration of Latino Conservation Week. The conversation focused on the positive health impacts of spending time outdoors and enjoying nature. Our guests also discussed the particular challenges for Latinos living in urban areas to access greenspaces. Watch the event here.
Nevada organizers Cinthia Moore and Jenn Cantley livestreamed a monthly member update on Facebook. Watch the video here.
Las Vegas field organizer Cinthia Moore joined Moms Clean Air Force organizers from across the country to offer comment in a meeting with OMB officials on the EPA’s proposed National Ambient Air Quality Standards for ground-level ozone on July 8. Las Vegas is ranked ninth for worst ground-level ozone pollution in the US according to the American Lung Association.
Nevada Moms joined Moms Clean Air Force members across the country to testify in the EPA’s virtual hearing on its proposal to retain the current National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Particulate Matter. Reno organizer Jennifer Cantley, Las Vegas organizer Cinthia Moore, and several Nevada supermoms testified in favor of following science and strengthening the existing rule.
On May 11, Las Vegas field organizer Cinthia Zermeño Moore spoke on behalf of Moms Clean Air Force on a webinar on the State of the Air report hosted by the American Lung Association. The webinar had more than 1,000 views on Facebook.
On April 22, Ecomadres and Corazón Latino hosted a virtual Earth Day Cafecito: “Clean Air, Coronavirus, and the Latino Community.” Moderator Karina Martinez spoke to Iowa organizer, Karin Stein, Arizona organizer, Columba Sainz, and Nevada organizer, Cinthia Moore about coronavirus, the Latino community, and how advocating for strong protections from air pollution has changed during the pandemic. Watch the video here.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada worked with Corazón Latino to organize a virtual cafecito featuring Karina Martinez and Nevada Assemblywoman Selena Torres in conversation about the coronavirus response in Nevada and how the state is supporting the Latino community during this pandemic. Watch the video here.
Las Vegas field organizer Cinthia Zermeño Moore participated in a virtual panel discussion titled “Exploring the Future of Clean Energy.” The panel was hosted by Nevada’s Green Team.
Reno Field Organizer, Jennifer Cantley, stood alongside Governor Sisolak during the press conference for his Executive Order directing state agencies to develop policies to meet climate reduction targets set in the spring.
Members of Moms Clean Air Force Nevada attended the sixth annual Play-In for Climate Action on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.
On May 11, 2019 in celebration of Mother’s Day weekend, Moms Clean Air Force Nevada hosted a Mom Power Summit in Reno, Nevada.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada participated in the Reno Earth Day fair. Moms Clean Air Force organizer, Jennifer Cantley, had the opportunity to speak at the fair about the importance of climate action.
Mom Clean Air Force Nevada organizer, Jennifer Cantley testified at the Nevada legislator in support of a bill brought up by Senator Chris Brooks of Las Vegas focused on clean buses for schools, an effort that Moms Clean Air Force and Chispa have been working on since 2017.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada hosted a “Health Cafecito” at the Alliance Against Diabetes in Las Vegas. Attendees included representatives from the offices of Congresswomen Dina Titus, Jacky Rosen, and Catherine Cortez Masto.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada hosted multiple Cafecitos to celebrate the launch of Ecomadres in Las Vegas. The first Cafecito of the month included a panel discussion featuring Brissa Arana, a local community health worker.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada participated in local Peoples Climate Movement events.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada participated in the Festival Centro Americano.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada participated in “Feria de Inmigración y Prevención de Fraude” in Las Vegas.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada participated in Latino Conservation week, in partnership with other Las Vegas organizations, including: Mi Familia Vota, Planned Parenthood, Sierra Club, Battle Born, Chispa NV.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada tabled at the Dia del Salvadoreno event.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada tabled at the Immigration Fraud Prevention Fair.
Members of Moms Clean Air Force Nevada attended the fifth annual Play-In for Climate Action on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.
Field organizer, Claudia Najarro spoke at the “Keep Families Together” event on Saturday, June 23.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada members met with Mayor Bob Crowell and with Mayor Hillary Scheive and collaborated on a competition that consisted of having the students write an essay on the changes that they would implement if they were mayor for the day.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada hosted Mama Summits in Reno and Las Vegas to learn about and celebrate local action on climate change.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada attended the GreenLatinos summit in Colorado.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada tabled at an Earth Day event in Reno.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada met with Congressman Amodei’s staff.
Field organizer, Jennifer Cantley gave a presentation to a group of third graders about the upcoming Mama Summit.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada met with Councilman Issac Barron and Congressman Ruben Kihuen.
Field organizer, Jennifer Ann spoke at CCMES to 1st and 3rd graders about climate change and the upcoming Mama Summit event.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada tabled at the Battle Born Progress summit.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada tabled at Universal Church.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada hosted house parties in Carson City, Reno, and Douglas County.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada hosted a house party in Dayton.
Members of Moms Clean Air Force Nevada traveled to San Francisco, CA to testify in opposition to EPA’s proposed repeal of America’s Clean Power Plan.
Members of Moms Clean Air Force Nevada participated in the Nevada Women’s March.
Moms Clean Air Force Nevada attended and spoke at a rally along with Van Jones, Green For All and Chispa Nevada to demand Governor Sandoval invest the state’s VW settlement dollars into electric school buses to replace diesel-fueled buses, which are exposing kids to dirty air and cancer-causing pollutants.
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