Breathing tailpipe pollution can trigger asthma and damage our lungs, hearts, and brains. And vehicle exhaust contribute to climate change. Learn why we need strong tailpipe pollution protections and cleaner air for our children and our communities in our new fact sheet.
Clean school air is essential for kids and staff. Yet EPA estimates that half of students in the US spend the day in schools that do not have an air quality management plan. Here’s how to assess and improve the indoor air in your child’s school.
Kids spend a lot of time at school, mostly indoors. When school air quality is unhealthy, students suffer. The EPA says indoor levels of pollutants can be two to five times (and sometimes more than 100 times) higher than outdoor levels. Poor …
On September 7, 2023, Moms Clean Air Force joined Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, state lawmakers, and community partners in Michigan for a public education event in Southfield to highlight climate, renewable energy, and jobs benefits available through the Inflation Reduction Act. The community …
Here are some newly published climate books for children just in time for back-to-school season.
Electric school busses reduce air pollution and safeguard the health of children, bus drivers, teachers, and communities. Here are more reasons to roll with electric school busses.
The benefits of electric school buses Electric school buses will save millions of kids from exposure to dirty diesel bus exhaust, a known human carcinogen that can also trigger asthma attacks and interfere with learning. Tailpipe pollution inside a diesel bus can …
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Washington, DC.
This week, EPA announced nearly $1 billion in awards to local school districts to transition to clean school buses. This is great news for our kids and our climate!
These climate tool kits and guides are available to help healthcare providers, parents, teachers, and school administrators understand the health impacts on children and adults.
Do your kids learn about climate change at school? Is their school energy efficient? How do heat and extreme weather affect schoolchildren? Here’s the latest school-related climate news.
A PFAS expert tells us how parents can protect their kids from PFAS, aka “forever chemicals,” especially as they head back to school.