While COVID-19 spreads across the United States, EPA Chief Andrew Wheeler pushes a radical pro-polluter agenda.
The 2020 State of the Air report, released by the American Lung Association, found more people are breathing unhealthy air compared to last year. Despite decades of progress, the trend lines are now headed in the wrong direction.
Today, EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler finalized his attack on the life-saving Mercury and Air Toxics Standards. This attack on the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards is an outrage to anyone who cares about babies and children.
With schools closed, these fun hands-on tools and activities, can help teach climate change at home.
As we deal with the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, Trump’s EPA’s is deliberately ignoring the toxic effects from the chemical Tricloroethylene. Prolonged exposure to TCE can lead to liver and kidney cancer, as well as fetal heart defects.
“Air pollution really intersects with all of the issues we are grappling with in the world,” says Beth Gardiner, author of “Choked”.
With CDC considering changing their official guidelines to encourage people to take measures to cover their faces, here are 3 face mask sewing patterns.
For an article titled “How Air Pollution is Impacting Our Kids and What We Can Do About It” for Parents magazine, Moms Clean Air Force’s senior director and cofounder, Dominique Browning discusses why air pollution is serious problem for children.
New study found that infants in homes where cleaning products were frequently used were more likely to develop asthma by the time they turned three. Learn how to keep kids safe from toxic cleaning products.
Read about Moms Clean Air Force testifying in support of maintaining the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards, as they are attacked by the Trump administration.
A new study is the first to examine the combination of elevated emotional stress with air pollution, as joint contributors to negative impacts on children’s emotional and psychological health.
Like mercury and lead, flame retardant chemicals are “hit-and-run” because once a child is exposed to them; the damage they cause cannot be reversed.