Across the U.S., pollution is disproportionately harming Black and Latino communities. Read how this Chicago mom, living in an industrial corridor that’s home to a growing number of warehouses, is fighting to protect her family’s and her community’s health from diesel pollution.
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For almost two decades, Connecticut has been a leader in cleaning up toxic air pollution from cars and trucks. But now, these pollution protections are being threatened—and Connecticut moms are swinging into action.
By: Laurie Anderson, Colorado Field Organizer, Moms Clean Air Force Date: November 27, 2023 About: US Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration’s Advanced Leak Detection Standards for Gas Pipelines To: Gas Pipeline Advisory Committee My name is Laurie Anderson, and I live in Broomfield, Colorado. I …
Online shopping can be bad for the climate and devastating for communities on busy delivery truck routes. But you can make a difference by following these five simple steps to green your e-shopping habits.
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Ohio, Nevada, Texas, and Washington, DC.
Ozone pollution, or smog, impacts tens of millions of people in the US every day, but EPA has opted to delay strengthening protections from this pollution. Learn how ozone affects our health and what we can do about it in our new fact sheet.
The 2023 “Health of the Air” report from the American Thoracic Society provides the first-ever local and national estimates of the health impacts of wildland fires—and finds that smoke from these fires is responsible for thousands of premature deaths each year in the US.
A Pennsylvania Mom joined her neighbors this week to demand that a local plastics facility be held accountable for polluting the air her family breathes. Learn how you can take action to protect your community too.
A Nevada Mom shares how the climate investments in the Inflation Reduction Act could improve health, well-being, and quality of life in her neighborhood—if state and local leaders seize this opportunity.
Moms’ Almeta Cooper was in Washington, DC, to speak at a press conference celebrating the two-year anniversary of Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL), landmark legislation that contains historic investments in expanding clean transportation, reducing climate pollution, and advancing environmental justice.
By: Almeta E. Cooper, National Manager for Health Equity, Moms Clean Air Force Date: November 15, 2023 Event: Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Two-Year Anniversary Senate Press Conference Good morning. I am Almeta Cooper, the National Manager for Health Equity for Moms Clean Air Force. …