We are thrilled to welcome a heavy-hitting lineup of speakers for our Climate Disruption, Air Pollution, and Young Peoples’ Health event on February 8. Get to know the panelists better with some quick snapshots of their work.
On February 8, Moms Clean Air Force will host an inaugural gathering about Climate Disruption, Air Pollution, and Young People’s Health. We’re making space for crucial conversations among climate and health leaders, including EPA Administrator Michael Regan, White House CEQ Chair Brenda Mallory, Chelsea Clinton, Dr. Lisa Patel, Aishah-Nyeta Brown, and many others.
The US Early Years Climate Action Plan is a new report about the impacts of climate change on young children and their families.
Clean air centers are popping up in communities threatened by dangerous air pollution. Does your community have one? If not, learn what you can do to keep your family safe.
EPA just released a report, “Climate Change and Children’s Health and Well-Being in the US.” Its findings underscore the necessity of considering children’s well-being in every climate policy. LEARN MORE…
Happy Earth Month! Take a look at how and why Earth Day came to be, and where we are today.
One out of every three Americans lives in places marked by unhealthy levels of air pollution. Climate change is making it more difficult to clean up the air, as wildfires worsen the deadly particle pollution known as soot, and hotter, sunnier days worsen ozone pollution, also known as smog.
From fish to rice, many foods are contaminated with mercury. But there is no safe level of mercury consumption. It’s critical that we strengthen the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards.
“Breastfeeding has an important role in reducing the risk of developing asthma in early childhood,” concluded two studies. Researchers from both studies found that breastfeeding lowers the likelihood that children aged 7 or younger will contract asthma.
Many things can break your heart, but air pollution shouldn’t be one of them. Send EPA a Valentine for Heart Health to protect our hearts with the strongest possible standards for soot pollution.
A pregnant mom ponders the health impacts of climate change on people of color, women, and children, and makes changes to protect her family.