Learn how fires are disrupting people’s lives–from the petrochemical fire in Texas to wildfires in California–and creating deadly health effects.
Two industrial fires recently sent thick plumes of black smoke into the air over the Houston area, putting the health and well-being of families at risk.
Moms Clean Air Force is seeking a highly motivated individual in Houston, Texas who is dedicated to building a program in Houston to engage moms and families on issues of clean air and climate change.
Learn about the increase in congenital heart defects experts expect as more pregnant women are exposed to extreme heat during the early weeks of pregnancy.
Learn about the group Ecomadres, a group of Latino men and women fighting for clean air, pollution regulations, and climate action.
Hear from a young mother about how diversity strengthens the climate action movement by involving more people and communities.
Read about the vast amount of methane pollution being created by the fracking industry in the Permian Basin, TX, and what some are doing to stop it.
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.
We know that air pollution is bad for our families. Science makes that abundantly clear. Why is the Trump administration attacking science and harming our families?
Results from the U.S. midterm election are mostly in, and, when it comes to what they mean for the environment, they’re a real mixed bag.
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.