Congress will soon vote on a bill to prevent EPA from implementing strong limits on tailpipe emissions from cars and light trucks. We need to act fast to ensure these health-protective safeguards are finalized and implemented.
Across the U.S., pollution is disproportionately harming Black and Latino communities. Read how this Chicago mom, living in an industrial corridor that’s home to a growing number of warehouses, is fighting to protect her family’s and her community’s health from diesel pollution.
For almost two decades, Connecticut has been a leader in cleaning up toxic air pollution from cars and trucks. But now, these pollution protections are being threatened—and Connecticut moms are swinging into action.
Online shopping can be bad for the climate and devastating for communities on busy delivery truck routes. But you can make a difference by following these five simple steps to green your e-shopping habits.
How can you get federal funding for electric school buses in your district? A Florida Mom shares how she’s advocating for a clean ride for kids in her community.
Money intended to fund clean school buses should not be spent on propane and compressed natural gas buses, which run on fossil fuels. Now is not the time to make a long-term commitment to fossil-fueled vehicles.
We have a new opportunity to harness the power of local communities. Through our Moms & Mayors program, we connect moms with local and state officials to bring climate investments into our towns and keep “chemical recycling” incinerators out.
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas.
Clean air centers are popping up in communities threatened by dangerous air pollution. Does your community have one? If not, learn what you can do to keep your family safe.
Breathing tailpipe pollution can trigger asthma and damage our lungs, hearts, and brains. And vehicle exhaust contribute to climate change. Learn why we need strong tailpipe pollution protections and cleaner air for our children and our communities in our new fact sheet.
Read the latest news from our EcoMadres program.
School bus driver and EcoMadres volunteer, Carmen Cortez was selected for an electric bus pilot program in Montgomery County, MD. She discusses the importance of transitioning to electric school buses for the health of the children and herself.