The disproportionate impact of mercury pollution on people who traditionally rely on fish and marine mammals for food is unfair. And the burden of avoiding mercury contamination needs to be shifted from fishers and those who eat fish to the common source—power plants.
EPA’s proposed new regulations to limit carbon emissions from power plants are essential and achievable for curbing climate change, despite claims from polluters.
EPA just released a report, “Climate Change and Children’s Health and Well-Being in the US.” Its findings underscore the necessity of considering children’s well-being in every climate policy. LEARN MORE…
Happy Earth Month! Take a look at how and why Earth Day came to be, and where we are today.
From fish to rice, many foods are contaminated with mercury. But there is no safe level of mercury consumption. It’s critical that we strengthen the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards.
EPA Administrator Regan just announced important new mercury and air toxics (MATS) protections. The science is clear: No amount of mercury is safe for pregnant moms and children because it endangers developing fetal brains and the brains of children.
Air pollution is a leading cause of death worldwide. EPA is taking too long considering standards that will have a big impact on our families’ health.
Moms Clean Air Force’s hosted an online conversation about the human connection between clean air, climate change, health, and health equity in Indigenous and Tribal communities.
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Virginia, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Michigan, and Florida.
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Arizona, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Washington, DC.
Read one mom’s birth story and learn about mercury’s impact on health and the history of mercury protections in the US in our new fact sheet: Mercury 101.
This is the testimony I gave today at an EPA public hearing in support of restoring the foundation of the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards. The hearing gathered feedback on EPA’s proposal to reaffirm the determination that it is appropriate and necessary to regulate hazardous air pollutants, including mercury, from power plants. This proposal would restore the legal foundation of the MATS.