An indigenous mom of four young children sheltering in place in Denver, tells why families like hers – those living on the frontlines of industrial pollution – need protections more than ever during and after the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Union of Concerned Scientists hosted a virtual public hearing on the EPA’s supplemental “Censored Science” proposal. My colleague Trisha Dello Iacono and I delivered testimony at this virtual hearing. What follows are excerpts from our testimony.
While the US has been battling Covid-19, a virus that attacks and damages lung function, Trump’s EPA, under the direction of Andrew Wheeler, has refused to strengthen the current national standards for deadly particulate pollution. To protect our families from Wheeler’s dangerous agenda, we are demanding that Wheeler resign.
With schools closed, these fun hands-on tools and activities, can help teach climate change at home.
Moms Clean Air Force staff and members continue to confront the coronavirus and make news throughout the country.
As America is struggling to respond to the global coronavirus pandemic, with millions facing critical healthcare shortages and massive unemployment, the Trump administration is rolling back America’s Clean Car Standards.
With CDC considering changing their official guidelines to encourage people to take measures to cover their faces, here are 3 face mask sewing patterns.
As we face an unprecedented public health crisis around Covid-19, we are relying on the scientific expertise. But Trump’s EPA’s is rushing through a dangerous proposal to undermine scientific integrity.
A letter was sent to EPA Administrator Wheeler asking him to immediately halt a new proposed rule advancing the Trump administration’s efforts to censor public health science.
State by state, America’s leaders are grappling with the highly contagious COVID-19. Here’s what some of our Moms Clean Air Force team from across the country are hearing from their lawmakers about the virus.
Moms Clean Air Force spoke at a public hearing in DC to oppose the proposed rollback of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), because it is an attempt to deny climate science, weaken the environmental review process, and restrict public participation in federal projects.
Leaders from communities across Ohio are dedicated to working with local officials to develop equitable global climate change solutions.