Researchers found that yards participating in No Mow May had five times more bees than nearby park lawns that had been mowed. Join NO MOW MAY, a movement inspiring people to protect pollinators and wildlife by NOT mowing their lawns.
A mom whose child had cancer, talks to a research scientist studying how air pollution presents higher health risks for childhood cancer survivors
Educators and parents need evidence-based climate curriculums and guidelines for talking to children about climate change.
National Field Manager Almeta Cooper and Moms Clean Air Force members were interviewed about electric school buses by the TODAY Show for their feature, “Climate Change: How women are leading the charge to save our planet.” Watch now!
New research casts doubts about the health safety of synthetic turf.
Exposure in the womb to BPA, a toxic chemical frequently found in food cans, reusable bottles, toys, and cash register receipts, may increase the risk of asthma in school-age girls.
Here are 5 resources you can use to get started on the road to electric school buses.
MOM DETECTIVE answers a question from a member in Maine: “What is currently being done at the federal and state level to outlaw PFAS (forever chemicals)?”
Are you concerned about the thousands of chemicals your family encounters every single day? Ask our MOM DETECTIVE! She’ll untangle product labels, give tips for chemicals to avoid, and provide safer options to your burning questions about toxic chemicals.
A new study found that prenatal exposure to a mix of endocrine-disrupting chemicals—like the mix of chemicals most of us are exposed to in our everyday lives—may put babies at risk for delayed brain development.
Children and families in fence-line communities can be exposed to toxic chemicals on the playground, at home, or in school because their communities are located near refineries, power plants, pumpjacks, petrochemical plants, factories, and other industrial facilities.
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in Virginia, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Michigan, and Florida.