Moms’ Director and Co-Founder Dominique Browning spoke about living legacy, the vulnerabilities of older adults in a changing climate, and the importance of intergenerational advocacy during a panel discussion about best practices for mobilizing climate voters aged 65 and above.
Clean air centers are popping up in communities threatened by dangerous air pollution. Does your community have one? If not, learn what you can do to keep your family safe.
Happy Earth Month! Take a look at how and why Earth Day came to be, and where we are today.
One out of every three Americans lives in places marked by unhealthy levels of air pollution. Climate change is making it more difficult to clean up the air, as wildfires worsen the deadly particle pollution known as soot, and hotter, sunnier days worsen ozone pollution, also known as smog.
A new study by Columbia University reports that air pollution may be particularly dangerous for older post-menopausal women because it increases their chances of getting osteoporosis.
By: Hazel Chandler, Arizona State Coordinator, Moms Clean Air Force Date: February 21, 2023 About: Environmental Protection Agency Docket ID No. EPA-HQ-OAR-2015-0072 To: Environmental Protection Agency Thank you for the opportunity to testify. My name is Hazel Chandler, and I am a field organizer with …
Many things can break your heart, but air pollution shouldn’t be one of them. Send EPA a Valentine for Heart Health to protect our hearts with the strongest possible standards for soot pollution.
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.
Learn why we’re urging the Biden’s EPA to propose the strongest possible particle pollution standards to protect public health, and especially the health of pregnant women and babies.
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Virginia, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Michigan, and Florida.
According to a study conducted at Harvard, long-term exposure to air pollution is linked to a higher risk of dying from COVID-19.
A new study found an association between air pollution from oil and gas development was an increased health risk for early death for older adults.