In the midst of a global pandemic, Trump’s EPA Administrator — Andrew Wheeler — has weakened regulations that protect us from air pollution.
A Portland mom shares her story of wildfires and climate change: “All of the windows and doors in my house are closed because the air outside is filled with dangerous amounts of particulate matter brought by the smoke from wildfires blazing through forests…
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.
Multiple studies show that people with Covid-19 who live in U.S. regions with high levels of air pollution are more likely to die from the disease than people who live in less polluted areas.
Moms gave testimony last week because families have the right to know if the air is safe. Wheeler’s proposal on particle pollution is too weak. It ignores scientific evidence, and flouts procedural considerations that should be paramount during during COVID-19.
“The Impact of COVID-19 on Latinos in the U.S.” study outlines how the Latino community is at the uppermost rates for Americans dying from COVID-19.
The EPA under the leadership of Andrew Wheeler is ignoring overwhelming scientific evidence and is posed to weaken clean air safeguards, endangering Houston, and all Americans.
Let’s face it; masks will be with us for a while. So here’s everything you need to know to create handmade face masks for your family and others.
Moms are angry at the inequity, injustice and immorality running rampant. We are choosing protection over pollution, and we are choosing our children over EVERYTHING.
While COVID-19 spreads across the United States, EPA Chief Andrew Wheeler pushes a radical pro-polluter agenda.
The 2020 State of the Air report, released by the American Lung Association, found more people are breathing unhealthy air compared to last year. Despite decades of progress, the trend lines are now headed in the wrong direction.
With schools closed, these fun hands-on tools and activities, can help teach climate change at home.