Cutting harmful methane pollution from oil and gas operations is the fastest way to immediately slow the rate of global heating.
When a mom moved to Colorado, she had no idea she would be living with large-scale oil and gas drilling in her neighborhood and subjecting her family to its serious health impacts. Today, she spends her time advocating for strong federal methane standards to protect all children from unhealthy air.
Setting strong EPA standards for pollution from oil and gas operations slows global warming and protects our health.
A new rule proposed this month has the potential to cut pollution from pipelines across the US by modernization and improved oversight.
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…
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Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Arizona, Colorado, Michigan, Ohio, Texas, and West Virginia.
After 100 days of operation, the Shell Beaver County ethane cracker plant, 30 miles north of Pittsburgh, gets a failing report card from environmental groups, including Moms Clean Air Force.
There’s one week left to send a message to EPA in support of its updated rule to cut methane and other harmful pollutants from oil and gas operations across the country. Our New Mexico coordinator shares her thoughts as a mom and a Latina.
As part of our series about the health impacts of methane, Kayley Shoup tells us how her family and her community are impacted by living near oil and gas development.
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Montana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Vermont.
As part of our series about the health impacts of methane, Vanessa Lynch tells her story about how her family’s health has been affected by living near oil and gas development.