The topics proposed for the Sept. 29 debate are some of the most critical facing our country. Each of the topics deserves multiple questions — including one about the changing climate. Here are ways climate needs to be addressed within the debate topics.
A Portland mom shares her story of wildfires and climate change: “All of the windows and doors in my house are closed because the air outside is filled with dangerous amounts of particulate matter brought by the smoke from wildfires blazing through forests…
Moms are committed to fighting for climate justice, social justice, and a more fair and equitable country for every American. Watch why now more than ever, our voices must be heard.
Talking to an expert about the psychological effects of climate change in children, a mom shares concern for her young daughter’s anxiety, while she learns how to help her.
Trump ordered EPA to stop racial sensitivity training, labeling it “divisive, anti-American propaganda.”
El papa Francisco quiere que “hagamos todo lo posible” para limitar el cambio climático, específicamente, para “limitar el crecimiento de la temperatura media global por debajo del umbral de 1,5 °C, tal como …
In Pope Frances’ new message, he reinforced protecting the environment. The pope also addressed the unjust toll the pandemic has on the poor and vulnerable.
Despite the increase of climate disasters growing more extreme, common, and destructive, our reaction and response may not be matching the moment. Have we developed a sense of normalcy around these unnatural disasters?
As the California wildfires burn across the state, an environmental health scientist mom is worried because she knows that children and pregnant women, as well as those with heart disease or respiratory conditions like asthma, are particularly vulnerable to the health impacts of wildfire smoke.
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.
Today Hurricane Laura made landfall in Louisiana as a Category 4 hurricane with winds up to 150 miles per hour, making it one of the strongest hurricanes on record to ever hit the Gulf Coast. Here’s what you need to know about hurricanes and climate change.
Moms Clean Air Force staff and members hold our nation’s lawmakers accountable and continue to confront Trump’s EPA’s racist agenda, as we make news throughout the country.