Meteorologists are warning that 2023/24 is going to be a very snowy winter in many parts of the country—and El Niño is to blame. Learn what this weather pattern is and how it could impact your health.
Strong federal methane rules for new and existing oil and gas operations are not just a momentous win for families’ health. These are the most impactful climate protections the United States has issued so far.
Climate cafés allow people to come together and share their thoughts and feelings about climate change in a gathering of supportive peers. Read how sharing her deep-seated worries helped one mom lighten the emotional load of climate distress.
The United Nations’ annual global climate conference started in Dubai last week. These are the five young climate leaders we’re watching at the conference—for hope and inspiration.
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Colorado, Michigan, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, and Vermont.
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.
President Biden and EPA Administrator Regan have announced the finalization of strong protections that will cut methane and other hazardous pollutants from new and existing oil and gas operations. This is huge news! Moms are celebrating.
Read the latest news from our EcoMadres program.
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.
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Ohio, Nevada, Texas, and Washington, DC.
Ozone pollution, or smog, impacts tens of millions of people in the US every day, but EPA has opted to delay strengthening protections from this pollution. Learn how ozone affects our health and what we can do about it in our new fact sheet.