EPA just released a report, “Climate Change and Children’s Health and Well-Being in the US.” Its findings underscore the necessity of considering children’s well-being in every climate policy. LEARN MORE…
Happy Earth Month! Take a look at how and why Earth Day came to be, and where we are today.
A pregnant mom ponders the health impacts of climate change on people of color, women, and children, and makes changes to protect her family.
Air pollution is a leading cause of death worldwide. EPA is taking too long considering standards that will have a big impact on our families’ health.
Recent research found evidence of toxic black carbon particles (soot) in cord blood and placenta tissue in pregnant mothers.
Adding to the stress of pregnancy, new research finds “an association between in utero exposure to natural disasters and child behavioral problems.”
Learn why we’re urging the Biden’s EPA to propose the strongest possible particle pollution standards to protect public health, and especially the health of pregnant women and babies.
In the US, the Latino community is particularly vulnerable to the impacts of extreme heat. Learn why, and what you can do about it in our two new fact sheets.
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Arizona, Colorado, Iowa, Montana, New Mexico, Ohio, Texas, and West Virginia.
Join Moms Clean Air Force for a panel on “Clean Air, Climate, Health Equity—And Inequity: What Must Be Done For Our Children.” Climate change is a significant threat to the health of Ohioans—especially mothers and children of color. This online conversation will …
The 2022 “State of the Air” report from the American Lung Association finds that more 137 million Americans live in places with unhealthy air.
Date: April 25, 2022 To: The Council on Environmental Quality RE: Submission for Request for Information (RFI) Climate and Economic Justice Screening Tool, Beta Version, Docket number: CEQ-2022-0002 Dear Madam, Sir, Many thanks for the opportunity to contribute a submission during the …