A new report from the National Parks Conservation Association shows that the air in our national parks – a vast 85-million-acre system of 419 sites in every state, ranging from monuments to battlefields to historic sites and more – is also sub-par. In fact, 96% of our national parks are plagued with significant air pollution problems.
Moms Clean Air Force’s Heather McTeer Toney joined other leading experts to testify in opposition to Trump’s EPA controversial proposal to undermine our country’s mercury pollution standards. “Why Administrator Wheeler would ever consider weakening a rule that protects babies’ brains is senseless.”
A concerned mom questions the health effects of breathing silica dust in the NY subway system.
This is the full text of the testimony of Heather McTeer Toney, Moms Clean Air Force’s National Field Director, in support of strengthening the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards.
Learn about an Oklahoma bill that would make it easier for companies to hide information about pollution and find out why Oklahomans are rightly concerned.
Read about women in Colorado state government who are working hard and getting results by making climate action a top priority for their state.
Learn more about clean energy wind turbines and the misinformation spread about them by Donald Trump during a recent speech.
Learn how major media is allowing content produced by the fossil fuel industry to appear as news instead of clearly marking it as advertisement.
The Trump administration’s federal budget proposal for the 2020 fiscal year reaffirmed the White House’s misguided intent to undercut agencies and programs dedicated to protecting public health, the environment, and our climate.
An enormous, heartfelt thank you to Congressman Paul Tonko for his beautifully articulated principles for action on climate change.
Dozens of Moms Clean Air Force members and staff from more than 15 states testified this week at the only public hearing on the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposal to attack the legal foundation of the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards.
See pictures from the Kids’ Climate Strike, where kids and teenagers from all over the world left their classrooms to demand climate action.