Moms are climate voters. As we watch the debates, our members want to know that the climate crisis is a top line issue. We are listening for each candidate’s thoughtful commitment to tackling carbon and methane emissions. We want to know how each candidate plans to get us to a fossil-fuel free, 100% Clean Energy Economy by 2050.
Today is is not just the first day of summer, it’s also #ShowYourStripes Day on Twitter. We love these powerful visuals that convey the dramatic impact fossil fuel burning is having on our climate!
Read a Moms Clean Air Force interview with PA State Rep. Chris Rabb, who talks about clean energy, climate action, and citizen activism.
Moms Clean Air Force is pushing national legislation that sets an ambitious but doable goal: 100% clean energy across the economy by 2050.
A new network of scientists and experts on local government have banded together to focus on “science-based pathways to address climate threats to local economic growth, infrastructure, and public health.”
We could be implementing clean energy in many states right now with the “Buy Clean” program. As an emissions policy, Buy Clean is especially powerful because it can help federal and state governments address pollution upstream in the supply chain and beyond their own borders.
“Building Climate Justice Investing in Energy Efficiency for a Fair and Just Transition” report calls for reducing energy consumption to save money, create jobs, and protect the viability of the planet.
Climate change is here, and we are feeling its impacts today. Superstorms, extreme heat, flooding, wildfires, and more are harming communities across the country and beyond. The longer our leaders wait to take action, the worse it will get. Our children will …
Learn more about clean energy wind turbines and the misinformation spread about them by Donald Trump during a recent speech.
See pictures from the Kids’ Climate Strike, where kids and teenagers from all over the world left their classrooms to demand climate action.
Read about the ways in which new EPA head Andrew Wheeler is attacking clean air regulations and learn about three areas to watch as we move forward.