Air pollution is a leading cause of death worldwide. EPA is taking too long considering standards that will have a big impact on our families’ health.
As part of our series about the health impacts of methane, Shaina Oliver tells her story about how many Indigenous People live “sacrifice zones,” where profits from oil and gas operations and polluting industries are considered more important than the health of the community.
Native Americans often live in rural areas close to wildfires and airborne smoke. Climate change makes wildfires worse. Warming temperatures contribute to both the severity and duration of wildfires.
Adding to the stress of pregnancy, new research finds “an association between in utero exposure to natural disasters and child behavioral problems.”
These climate tool kits and guides are available to help healthcare providers, parents, teachers, and school administrators understand the health impacts on children and adults.
Learn why we’re urging the Biden’s EPA to propose the strongest possible particle pollution standards to protect public health, and especially the health of pregnant women and babies.
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Arizona, Michigan, Nevada, Ohio, and West Virginia.
California is currently seeking EPA’s approval of its standards for heavy-duty vehicle pollution and rules to accelerate the transition to zero-emissions vehicles. But EPA is considering denying approval of these important standards. EPA must let CA lead the way — as it has done historically on tailpipe pollution.
Patrice Tomcik, Senior National Field Manager for Moms Clean Air Force was invited to give oral testimony to the U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on the Climate Crisis, to cut methane pollution.
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, Texas, and West Virginia.
A Texas woman tells us why her family needs the strongest possible regulations to reduce deadly pollution from heavy-duty trucks
The EPA’s proposed Cross State Air Pollution Rule, also known as the Good Neighbor Plan, will reduce harmful air pollution from power plants and other industrial facilities that drifts across state borders and harms residents of downwind states.