Burning trash is a dangerous and unjust way to deal waste. In Newark, NJ, a low-income, largely Black and Brown community, fight a toxic trash incinerator.
Gas-powered leaf blowers release toxic pollutants into the air we breathe. These pollutants, many known carcinogens, can be extremely harmful to human health.
Recently, EPA launched its Office of Environmental Justice and External Civil Rights. The OEJECR aligns with our goals to implement equitable solutions in addressing air pollution and the climate crisis.
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.
Read the latest news from Moms Clean Air Force staff and members in California, Colorado, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Washington, DC.
Our Texas state organizer gave testimony this week at an EPA hearing about the Safer Communities by Chemical Accident Prevention (SCCAP) rule, to protect the health and safety of communities vulnerable to chemical disasters.
Currently, there are no national standards for PFAS (“forever chemicals”) in drinking water. Here’s what you need to know to find out if there’s PFAS in your local drinking water supply.
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.
Moms Clean Air Force works to uplift the voices of our Latina moms through our EcoMadres program. We are empowering Latino communities to fight for clean air, climate change solutions, and protections from toxic chemicals. Here we are in action!
A Michigan mom asks EPA to protect her family and community from PFAS “forever chemicals.”
A PFAS expert tells us how parents can protect their kids from PFAS, aka “forever chemicals,” especially as they head back to school.
Researchers at Harvard found that natural gas used in home stoves contains “at least 21 hazardous air pollutants that may impact air quality and health.” These pollutants include: dangerous levels of benzene and toluene.