Studies of mothers in southern states like Texas are showing that infants are at risk for long-term climate change related health issues. Here’s why.
Learn about the negative effects of wildfire smoke on the lung function of Montana residents who were exposed during the Rice Ridge Fire in 2017.
Learn about Community Rx, which educates, empowers, and activates African American communities to fight for clean air and environmental justice.
Dr. Elizabeth Del Buono calls on people to put aside partisan differences and support Governor Whitmer’s efforts to preserve “Pure Michigan.”
Climate justice is where the ethical and political narratives concerning climate change merge and make way for a greener future for all people.
Learn about the Climate and Community Protection Act, legislation in New York that will address climate change and climate justice.
As the mom of two black girls and one black boy, I am deeply concerned about the disproportionate environmental health risks for African-American children.
Hear from a young mother about how diversity strengthens the climate action movement by involving more people and communities.
Read about two moms who ran for local office in 2018 and won their elections by taking a stand on important environmental issues.
Air polluted by smoke from the massive California fires reminds us of what our air could be like if we allow air pollution regulations to be rolled back.
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?
See pictures and read about Congressional leaders and moms joining forces at our 5th annual Play-in for Climate Action on July 11, 2018.