President-elect Biden can not only to repair the damage done by the Trump administration on protecting families from toxic chemicals, the new administration can use the law proactively to ensure that everyone in the country is better protected from hazardous chemicals — with attention to those whose health is most at risk and to communities where exposures are greatest.
The election outcome is not yet settled. Moms showed up to vote, in tremendous numbers. Now, every vote must be counted. Because every vote counts. One thing is settled: We have huge challenges ahead of us. We must unite to solve them.
A scientist experiences the devastating effects of climate change on his home and family, and shares his personal account and an important message for all of us.
A new report noted that despite civil rights laws, EPA has failed to eliminate the “adverse impacts on communities of color.” It was found that “more than nine of every ten times communities had turned to the EPA for help,” their complaints were either rejected or dismissed.
‘Protecting Your Child’s Health: Expert Answers to Urgent Environmental Questions’ helps parents like make healthy choices for their children. It’s also a prescription for families to take action on clean air and a safe climate.
Trump ordered EPA to stop racial sensitivity training, labeling it “divisive, anti-American propaganda.”
A mom is deeply concerned that Trump picked Nancy Beck, a former senior official at the American Chemistry Council, as his nominee for the Consumer Product Safety Commission Chief.
As parents, we fight against air pollution to protect our community for the sake of our children’s health. Now we have a new layer to add to our parent protecting powers: helping our children understand that wearing masks at school saves lives.
Here’s how Alliance for Climate Education (ACE) helps parents and teachers inspire and teach kids to become climate leaders.
Due to Covid-19, our exercise workouts have changed. Does home exercise equipment contain toxic chemicals that may harm health?
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Clean Air Act, watch “Unbreathable: The Fight for Healthy Air” film here.
It’s “Plastic-free July” – a global movement to raise awareness and help abolish single-use plastic. But consumption of single-use plastic has grown over 100% since Covid began. Our Mom Detective asks, “Does it make sense to try and curb my plastic consumption this year?”