How does this affect Pennsylvania? Pennsylvania is the third-highest greenhouse gas polluting state in the nation and a significant contributor to climate change. Pennsylvanians are experiencing climate change today with increased flooding causing landslides, extreme weather, and ticks that carry Lyme disease. …
The election outcome is not yet settled. Moms showed up to vote, in tremendous numbers. Now, every vote must be counted. Because every vote counts. One thing is settled: We have huge challenges ahead of us. We must unite to solve them.
Pennsylvania is the third largest greenhouse gas polluting state in the nation As the third largest greenhouse gas-polluting state in the nation, Pennsylvania has an outsize responsibility to cut climate-warming pollution. One of the state’s largest greenhouse gas polluters of carbon dioxide …
Some automakers are trying to block tighter emission standards. We joined with consumer, environmental justice, climate, and faith partners, to deliver more than a quarter of a million signatures to automaker CEOs.
We are suffering from the impacts of climate pollution right now. Hurricanes are longer and more severe. Wildfire season is longer and more destructive. Droughts are more intense. Heatwaves are prolonged. Global warming is dangerous to all living creatures. We cannot continue our …
Today, Rep. Kathy Castor (D-FL), Chair of the Select Committee on the Climate Crisis, released a report, “Solving the Climate Crisis: The Congressional Action Plan for a Clean Energy Economy and a Healthy, Resilient, and Just America.” Moms Clean Air Force applauds the release of this groundbreaking report, and we urge congress to step up climate action to protect our children.
The NAACP’s “Coal Blooded Action Toolkit” provides the necessary framework and tools to build a foundation for eliminating pollution from coal for impacted communities.
Harriet Shugarman’s new book “How to Talk to Your Kids About Climate Change” provides tools and strategies for parents to explain the climate emergency to their children and galvanize positive action.
Tatiana Schlossberg discusses her book “Inconspicuous Consumption: The Environmental Impact You Don’t Know You Have” in this interview.
With schools closed, these fun hands-on tools and activities, can help teach climate change at home.
Leaders from communities across Ohio are dedicated to working with local officials to develop equitable global climate change solutions.
Why do we care so much about the laws that protect our families from air pollution? Because in the US, more than 4 in 10 people live in areas with unhealthy air. This important graph highlights the threat.