2020 was the most active hurricane season ever. Future hurricane seasons are expected to be more powerful and last longer.
A high number of birds have been found lifeless in the last few months. Joanna Wu, an avian ecologist explains how extreme weather events fueled by climate change is challenging for birds.
A scientist experiences the devastating effects of climate change on his home and family, and shares his personal account and an important message for all of us.
Moms Clean Air Force staff and members made news throughout the country!
Ignoring the pollution that is heating up our planet will only make the climate crisis worse. We are demanding that debate moderators address this critical issue. They must ask the candidates: What is your plan to cut climate pollution?
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.
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.
Today, Rep. Kathy Castor (D-FL), Chair of the Select Committee on the Climate Crisis, released a report, “Solving the Climate Crisis: The Congressional Action Plan for a Clean Energy Economy and a Healthy, Resilient, and Just America.” Moms Clean Air Force applauds the release of this groundbreaking report, and we urge congress to step up climate action to protect our children.
Harriet Shugarman’s new book “How to Talk to Your Kids About Climate Change” provides tools and strategies for parents to explain the climate emergency to their children and galvanize positive action.
Tatiana Schlossberg discusses her book “Inconspicuous Consumption: The Environmental Impact You Don’t Know You Have” in this interview.
With schools closed, these fun hands-on tools and activities, can help teach climate change at home.