The Trump administration is in the final stages of weakening The Clean Car Standards. The rollback of this successful rule is a direct attack on the health of our children, reversing years of progress on reducing climate pollution.
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.
Moms Clean Air Force staff and members made news throughout the country during these last two weeks!
Moms Clean Air Force staff and members made news throughout the country this week!
After several major automakers sided with President Trump in the legal fight over California’s clean car standards, consumers are vowing to boycott those companies, including our moms.
Moms are outraged at Toyota. In the worst kind of greenwashing, the automaker joined Trump in an effort to dangerously weaken their responsibilities to develop clean cars. Ready to dump your Prius?
Toyota, Chrysler, and GM joined the Trump Administration in an effort to dangerously weaken their responsibilities to develop clean cars — and to fight the strong standards in California and thirteen other states.
A new study examined short-term exposure to small particulate matter pollution and mental health effects in children, and found that pollution was linked to worsening mental health disorders just days after exposure.
Our future voters will register to vote when it’s their time, but many are inspired to do more right now. Here are 10 things you and your kids can do to help solve the climate crisis and protect the future.
Transportation is the largest source of climate change pollution in the US. Young people are paying close attention, as they prepare to strike for a cleaner climate future. So we need to be slashing climate pollution from cars and trucks as quickly as possible, not rolling back climate protections.
“95% of school buses in the US run on diesel. But we know there’s no safe level of exposure to diesel exhaust for children,” says new report. Students and their communities, breathe exhaust fumes every single day. That diesel plume – a harmful carcinogen – contributes to lung cancer, asthma, and other respiratory illnesses.
The US comes in third for asthma-related air pollution (behind China and India), with 236,000 cases per year.This group of new studies from researchers around the world confirms that air pollution harms children’s health.