Winter inversions increase air pollution. And air pollution increases the transmissibility, severity, and lethality of COVID-19, especially for children and pregnant women.
Watch how air pollution moves through the air, and into the body. Learn how your family can have cleaner air.
Moms Clean Air Force staff and members made news throughout the country!
The most effective way to reduce a family’s exposure to air pollution is knowing if the air is too dangerous to breathe. An investigative report found that air monitors routinely miss pollution, even toxic air from refinery explosions.
A high number of birds have been found lifeless in the last few months. Joanna Wu, an avian ecologist explains how extreme weather events fueled by climate change is challenging for birds.
Moms Clean Air Force met by phone with the White House’s Office of Management and Budget to oppose, again, the Trump administration’s efforts to ignore the science on particle pollution.
As EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler continues his radical deregulatory agenda, we expect to see more air pollution, more censored science, and more happy polluters before Inauguration Day.
The election outcome is not yet settled. Moms showed up to vote, in tremendous numbers. Now, every vote must be counted. Because every vote counts. One thing is settled: We have huge challenges ahead of us. We must unite to solve them.
‘Protecting Your Child’s Health: Expert Answers to Urgent Environmental Questions’ helps parents like make healthy choices for their children. It’s also a prescription for families to take action on clean air and a safe climate.
EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler is expected to soon sign a final rule creating an “Air Toxics Loophole” in the Clean Air Act. That loophole would allow large industrial facilities nationwide to avoid complying with rigorous limits on hazardous air pollutants such as benzene and mercury.
Fire season has gotten longer, more intense, and more difficult during the pandemic, says a mom of three who can’t let her kids go out to play because the air quality is so dangerous.
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.