How we shop during the COVID-19 pandemic can feel like a constant ethical dilemma, one that could have big consequences on the way we buy and consume stuff in the future.
Moms are angry at the inequity, injustice and immorality running rampant. We are choosing protection over pollution, and we are choosing our children over EVERYTHING.
While COVID-19 spreads across the US, this timeline shows how EPA Chief Wheeler pushes a radical pro-polluter agenda.
PFAS “forever chemicals are used to make non-stick cookware, to coat paper and cardboard, treated to make furniture and carpets stain-resistant and clothes stain repellent, and used in cosmetics and personal care products. And, PFAS chemicals contaminate public drinking water.
The Union of Concerned Scientists hosted a virtual public hearing on the EPA’s supplemental “Censored Science” proposal. My colleague Trisha Dello Iacono and I delivered testimony at this virtual hearing. What follows are excerpts from our testimony.
With schools closed, these fun hands-on tools and activities, can help teach climate change at home.
As we deal with the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, Trump’s EPA’s is deliberately ignoring the toxic effects from the chemical Tricloroethylene. Prolonged exposure to TCE can lead to liver and kidney cancer, as well as fetal heart defects.
For the health, safety, and security of our families, consider planting a garden during the coronavirus crisis.
As we face an unprecedented public health crisis around Covid-19, we are relying on the scientific expertise. But Trump’s EPA’s is rushing through a dangerous proposal to undermine scientific integrity.
MOMS CONFRONT CORONAVIRUS: Staff and members made news throughout the country.
Concerned about COVID-19? The CDC suggests using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. While these germ-killing gels may become scarce in the face of the growing outbreak, parents can easily make their own.
Moms Clean Air Force spoke at a public hearing in DC to oppose the proposed rollback of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), because it is an attempt to deny climate science, weaken the environmental review process, and restrict public participation in federal projects.