Climate change is a public health emergency that is harming Americans now. Older adults are especially vulnerable to harm from climate change.
Learn how fires are disrupting people’s lives–from the petrochemical fire in Texas to wildfires in California–and creating deadly health effects.
- Air pollution affects our lungs, brains, hearts, and babies in utero.
- Children and the elderly are especially vulnerable to air pollution.
Learn about the negative effects of wildfire smoke on the lung function of Montana residents who were exposed during the Rice Ridge Fire in 2017.
Read about a new report from the Lancet, detailing the negative health effects of extreme heat and climate change across the globe.
Hear from our founder Dominique Browning about how the natural world is something worth fighting against corruption to preserve.
Learn about a new study that looks at how Americans think about climate change, its causes, who will be hurt by it, and whether we can stop it.
Even after a young man died from the fumes from a deadly chemical found in paint strippers, Scott Pruitt’s EPA is postponing a proposed ban on the lethal substance.
Find out what happens to your body when you breathe dirty air though a new, downloadable brochure from Moms Clean Air Force.