Community Rx is a faith-based climate campaign dedicated to advocacy in African-American communities. Moms Clean Air Force’s Community Rx consultant, Tonya Calhoun, along with Moms Clean Air Force staff, attended and presented at the National Baptist Convention.
Dr. Jane Goodall and the Interfaith Rainforest Initiative, a global effort to mobilize the world’s religions to help stop tropical deforestation, come together to halt climate change.
A new study examined short-term exposure to small particulate matter pollution and mental health effects in children, and found that pollution was linked to worsening mental health disorders just days after exposure.
Our future voters will register to vote when it’s their time, but many are inspired to do more right now. Here are 10 things you and your kids can do to help solve the climate crisis and protect the future.
Sixteen children from around the world are petitioning the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child to hold five of the world’s leading economic powers accountable for inaction on the climate crisis.
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets in New York City for the Global Climate Strike to rally for action to fight climate change.
Transportation is the largest source of climate change pollution in the US. Young people are paying close attention, as they prepare to strike for a cleaner climate future. So we need to be slashing climate pollution from cars and trucks as quickly as possible, not rolling back climate protections.
New Study: Scientists say black carbon particles were found on every single placenta they looked at, regardless of how much pollution the mother had been exposed to.
Moms Clean Air Force’s National Field Director, Heather McTeer Toney joined Reverend Al Sharpton and Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson for MSNBC “Climate in Crisis” week.
With the kids heading back to school, and parents getting back into the swing of things, here are some significant developments about air pollution and climate change that you may have missed while you stepped away from the news cycle.
In today’s New York Times, Moms Clean Air Force’s Heather McTeer Toney tells us why black women are leaders in the climate movement, and why African American communities are depending on mothers to lead the fight against pollution.
Moms from Nevada, New Mexico and Arizona are seeing, feeling and coping with the debilitating effects of air pollution in their homes every day.