We’re seeing the benefits of 10+ years of harnessing the power of moms fighting for strong protections from air pollution and climate change. Now, we’ve reached a turning point…
A mom experienced a dangerous petrochemical pollution incident, and found that emergency alert systems fell short of providing the communication she needed to protect her family.
Cutting harmful methane pollution from oil and gas operations is the fastest way to immediately slow the rate of global heating.
The Montana youth activists’ victory in Held v. Montana is the first major climate litigation victory in the US. And “…the youth victory in Montana could well serve as a new legal underpinning for future cases…”
Today marks the first anniversary of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), the Biden administration’s landmark climate and clean energy law. Here’s what the the IRA has accomplished so far.
We’re excited to be the featured for a second time in PEOPLE magazine! Read the story of how Moms Clean Air Force came to engage and mobilize “an impressive army of more than a million moms…” to fight climate pollution.
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, and Texas.
Congress is considering the Community Mental Wellness and Resilience Act. In Hawaii, and everywhere, families need health resources in the face of climate catastrophes.
“Love Your Mother: 50 States, 50 Stories, and 50 Women United for Climate Justice” highlights one women from each state, with a common passion to make a difference in the climate movement.
As the strong winds of Hurricane Dora, a Category 4 storm, spun off the coast of Maui and collided during the island’s hottest, driest season, the risk of extreme wildfires intensified.
Here are some newly published climate books for children just in time for back-to-school season.
Hazel Chandler, our organizer in Phoenix, Arizona, shares how extreme heat and air pollution have affected her in her fight against cancer in People magazine.