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.
European Parliament declared a “climate and environmental emergency”, calling on the European Commission to make sure all legislation and budgets align with the goal of limiting global warming.
Moms Clean Air Force staff and members made news throughout the country this week!
The House released a historic bill today to address the climate emergency, called the 100% Clean Economy Act. It calls for sweeping, urgent action, starting immediately, to cut net US climate pollution to zero. 100% Clean.
Moms Clean Air Force’s national field director wrote about why she believes addressing our differences is the only way to create discourse—and solutions to fight climate change.
Today, the Center for American Progress released a framework for how the United States can build a 100% clean future by 2050.
An article in Parents magazine highlights the work of Moms Clean Air Force’s national field director Heather McTeer Toney, and how the things she does in her own home make a difference.
There are hundreds of cities and counties around the world declaring a “climate crisis” or “climate emergency” as a way to mobilize leadership and resources. Learn how to get to your community engaged.
Sixteen children from around the world are petitioning the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child to hold five of the world’s leading economic powers accountable for inaction on the climate crisis.
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets in New York City for the Global Climate Strike to rally for action to fight climate change.
It’s time for teachers to put their bodies where their hearts are and support this youth movement.
Teachers, let young climate activists know that we are listening to their call for action.
Moms Clean Air Force’s National Field Director, Heather McTeer Toney joined Reverend Al Sharpton and Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson for MSNBC “Climate in Crisis” week.