The Inflation Reduction Act offers a wide variety of financial incentives to help millions of Americans cover at least part of the cost of transitioning from gas to electricity generated by clean renewable energy.
Moms Clean Air Force joined students from Schools for Climate Action on Capitol Hill to call on Congress to take a critical step forward in creating the infrastructure we need to support youth mental health in a changing climate.
Today marks the 10th anniversary of Voter Registration Day. With the 2022 midterm election quickly approaching, it’s crucial that you check your registration. Please take a moment today to be sure your registration is up-to-date.
Read why mom climate activists were invited to join President Biden and other advocates at the White House to celebrate the historic Inflation Reduction Law.
Moms Clean Air Force works to uplift the voices of our Latina moms through our EcoMadres program. We are empowering Latino communities to fight for clean air, climate change solutions, and protections from toxic chemicals. Here we are in action!
A concerned mom of a cancer survivor asks EPA to propose a strong rule to cut pollution from oil and gas operations.
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Texas, Arizona, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Ohio.
Moms Clean Air Force applauds the Inflation Reduction Act as we begin the hard work of implementing its climate and clean air investments.
The largest US investment ever in fighting climate pollution—the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022—has cleared the Senate.
While the bill does contain some trade-offs, taken together, the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 will greatly benefit our economy and our climate fight – now and for generations to come. Here are the key investments you should know and why they matter.
Here’s why Moms never, ever give up: Senators Chuck Schumer and Joe Manchin have reached a deal on climate investments. Now, we’re asking every senator to vote.
Researchers at Harvard found that natural gas used in home stoves contains “at least 21 hazardous air pollutants that may impact air quality and health.” These pollutants include: dangerous levels of benzene and toluene.