Moms are working in New Jersey to fight for clean air and a stable climate. We host events, share information about what’s going on, and create opportunities for mothers to talk to their legislators about their concerns. Please join us in New Jersey, and let us know about your priorities.
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How we’re making a difference in New Jersey
Vice President Kamala Harris looks to Moms Clean Air Force to lead on electric school buses.
On December 14, 2021, Trisha Dello Iacono, Senior Legislative Manager for Moms Clean Air Force, joined Vice President Kamala Harris, Secretary Jennifer Granholm, and Gina McCarthy at an event in Brandywine, Maryland, to introduce the Biden-Harris Electric Vehicle Charging Action Plan.
Trisha talked to Vice President Harris about Moms Clean Air Force’s work on electrifying school buses and protecting maternal health.
The Electric Vehicle Charging Action Plan outlines steps to support, deploy, and develop electric vehicle charging stations, especially in rural and low-income communities.
New Jersey moms call on EPA to set strong standards for methane pollution.
In June 2021, New Jersey moms joined Moms Clean Air Force staff and volunteers from across the country to participate in EPA’s listening sessions on its upcoming oil and natural gas methane rule. The listening sessions were a unique opportunity for environmental justice and frontline communities to weigh in ahead of the proposed rulemaking. Moms advocated for at least a 65% reduction in methane pollution from oil and gas operations, compared to 2012 levels, no later than 2025.
Trisha Dello Iacono, Moms Clean Air Force National Field and Legislative Manager, offered testimony. She spoke about the connection between pollution from oil and gas operations and asthma:
“Air pollution created by oil and gas operations contributes to smog that can damage lungs and trigger asthma attacks. Children bear the greatest burden from air pollution because their lungs are still developing and they spend a good portion of their time playing outdoors. My stepson, an avid athlete and junior in high school, is the one suffering when heat waves and high ozone days in the Northeast trigger his asthma attacks. Over 26 million people in the US—including more than 6 million children—suffer from asthma.”
Read Trisha’s full testimony HERE.
New Jersey moms join members of Moms Clean Air Force across the country to tell EPA to slash climate pollution from cars.
In June 2021, Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey joined more than 40 Moms Clean Air Force staff and volunteers from 16 states and DC to deliver testimony at EPA’s first climate-related public hearing since President Biden took office. The hearing was about EPA’s proposal to restore long-standing state authority to protect residents from climate pollution from cars—something the previous administration had stripped away. EPA wants to once again give California, and any states that choose to adopt California’s standards, permission to set stricter climate pollution standards for cars and light trucks. Reinstating state authority to set tailpipe emissions standards is an important first step for reducing pollution from the transportation sector, the nation’s leading source of climate-warming carbon pollution.
Moms Clean Air Force National Field and Legislative Manager Trisha Dello Iacono offered testimony. She connected the dots between transportation pollution and climate change:
“My parents currently operate one of the largest farms in South Jersey. I have personally watched the impacts of climate change affect the success of my parents’ farming business. Increased heavy downpours and higher temperatures mean a decrease in crop yield and an increase in pesticide use and anti-fungicides…. Warmer temperatures and higher carbon dioxide concentration also contribute to an increase in plant diseases…. Climate change impacts are already being seen across my Garden State. Transportation pollution has surpassed that of the power sector. Clean car standards are our country’s best tool in fighting dangerous climate change.”
Read Trisha’s full testimony HERE.
New Jersey moms tell the Office of Management and Budget to oppose the EPA’s attack on particle pollution standards.
On November 23, 2020, Moms Clean Air Force met by phone with the White House’s Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to oppose the Trump administration’s efforts to ignore the science on particle pollution, or deadly soot. Trump’s EPA proposed to retain the current National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for particle pollution last spring despite overwhelming evidence that the current standard puts lives at risk. Particle pollution causes heart disease, diabetes, and lung disease, among other grave health impacts that can make people more vulnerable to the coronavirus.
Moms Clean Air Force National Field Manager Trisha Dello Iacono spoke about the link between particle pollution and COVID-19 during the meeting:
“My children and I live in Southern New Jersey, just outside of Philadelphia. The American Lung Association ranked year-round particle pollution in my area 12 out of 204 metropolitan areas—meaning my children play and go to school in the 12th most polluted area in our country when it comes to particle pollution…
“Coronavirus has drastically changed my family’s life, and the lives of so many Americans, and this is especially so for my friends and our Moms Clean Air Force members from across the country whose children suffer from asthma or other upper respiratory diseases and live in areas with elevated levels of particle pollution. Multiple recent studies have shown a link between particle pollution and COVID-19 susceptibility.
“We are learning that people with underlying health conditions, such as asthma, are more vulnerable to health impacts from the coronavirus. For anyone who struggles with unhealthy levels of particle pollution in areas where they live, coronavirus is especially worrisome.”
Read more about our meeting with OMB HERE.
New Jersey moms join Moms Clean Air Force members from across the country to demand EPA protect our families from dangerous smog.
On August 30 and September 1, 2020, Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey joined more than 50 Moms Clean Air Force staff and volunteers from 14 states and DC to deliver testimony at EPA’s virtual public hearing on ground-level ozone, or smog. Smog is a widespread and largely preventable form of air pollution that is a powerful lung irritant and asthma trigger. In July 2020, in the midst of a global respiratory pandemic, EPA chose to keep the standards for smog the same—in spite of strong evidence showing significant health harm at levels below the current standards—and opened a public comment period that would be considered notably short even if we were not in the midst of a global respiratory pandemic. This continues a disturbing trend at EPA, led by Administrator Andrew Wheeler, of sidelining science, ignoring environmental injustice, and stifling public participation in the rulemaking process.
National Field Manager Trisha Dello Iacono offered testimony. Listen to her comments here.
New Jersey moms applaud the state’s efforts to protect environmental justice communities.
In August 2020, the New Jersey legislature passed a bill that would require the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to evaluate environmental and public health impacts of gas-fired power plants, incinerators, sewage treatment plants, solid waste and recycling facilities, landfills, and certain other facilities on overburdened communities when reviewing permit applications. Governor Phil Murphy, along with Lieutenant Governor Sheila Oliver and DEP Commissioner Catherine McCabe, came out in support of this bill on Juneteenth, recognizing that the communities exposed to significant air and water pollutants from these facilities are also predominantly low-income communities and communities of color. Once signed into law, this legislation will be a significant step toward bringing equity to our most vulnerable communities.
New Jersey commits to teach the climate crisis in public schools.
In June 2020, New Jersey became the first state in the U.S. to adopt standards for including the climate crisis in its statewide K-12 curriculum. The Board of Education will begin implementing the new standard in September 2021. Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey members weighed in on this important issue with the State Board of Education and New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy in the months leading up to this decision, which shows the state’s commitment to teaching climate science and to the health and well-being of our children.
New Jersey moms join members of Moms Clean Air Force across the country to demand stronger protections against deadly soot.
In May 2020, Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey joined more than 65 Moms Clean Air Force staff and volunteers from 18 states and DC to deliver testimony at the EPA’s virtual public hearing on PM 2.5, or deadly soot. In April 2020, Trump’s EPA proposed to retain the current standards for particle pollution, ignoring science and putting thousands of lives at risk. Even in the midst of a national public health emergency from COVID-19, moms participated in the public hearing in record numbers. It’s one of many ways Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey is continuing to engage in serious and consequential advocacy and outreach during the coronavirus pandemic.
National Field Manager Trisha Dello Iacono offered testimony.
Moms Clean Air Force speaks out against the “censored science” proposal.
National Field Manager and New Jersey mom Trisha Dello Iacono testified against the EPA’s “censored science” proposal during a virtual public hearing hosted by the Union of Concerned Scientists on April 14, 2020. The proposal—which faces strong opposition from mainstream scientific organizations—would prevent relevant, peer-reviewed public health research from being considered when the agency is setting life-saving pollution standards.
As we face an unprecedented public health crisis around Covid-19, we are relying on the scientific expertise of health researchers more than ever. This is not the time to constrain and undermine science and scientists.
Trisha drove this point home in her testimony:
As the coronavirus crisis worsens across the country, the EPA should be making a special effort to listen to the voices of scientists and public health experts to make decisions that will protect our health in the face of this pandemic—not make us sicker.
Read more about the “censored science” proposal and Trisha’s testimony here.
Moms Clean Air Force helps New Jersey push for bold climate legislation.
In November 2019, Congressman Donald McEachin (VA-04) introduced the 100% Clean Economy Act of 2019 with Representatives Deb Haaland (NM-01), Debbie Dingell (MI-12), Earl Blumenauer (OR-3), Paul Tonko (NY-20), and Chellie Pingree (ME-01). This ambitious national bill aims to eliminate all climate pollution—including from transportation, electricity, buildings, and agriculture—by no later than 2050.
In the months leading up to the release of the bill, New Jersey moms met with members of Congress across the state to urge them to join as co-sponsors. Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey thanks Representatives Tom Malinowski (NJ-07), Frank Pallone (NJ-06), Donald Payne (NJ-10), Mikie Sherrill (NJ-11), Jeff Van Drew (NJ-02), and Bonnie Watson Coleman (NJ-12) for being among the over 150 original co-sponsors leading on this issue.
Click here to learn more about the bill.
Protecting our children from mercury in school flooring.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey is working with Senator Cory Booker and the Healthy Schools Now Coalition to eliminate phenylmercuric acetate (PMA) from rubberized flooring in our children’s schools in New Jersey and across the country. PMA is a known carcinogen that releases the neurotoxin elemental mercury vapor into the air.
According to Trisha Dello Iacono, Moms Clean Air Force National Field Manager and a New Jersey parent of a child who formerly attended a school that contains PMA-contaminated floors:
Mercury is a potent neurotoxin and a toxic heavy metal. It is harmful to the developing brain and can interfere with normal brain development, reduce IQ, and cause learning and behavioral problems. Children are especially vulnerable to the health effects of mercury, and pregnant women can pass mercury through their placenta into the brains of their developing babies. New Jersey parents are deeply concerned that our schools and places of learning could be potentially poisoning our children. As a mom to a child who attends a school that has tainted mercury floors, I need answers about how to protect my son each day at school, and how to prevent other children from being exposed.
Read more about mercury in school flooring here.
Read more of Trisha’s story here.
Promoting safe and healthy schools.
Since 2014, Moms Clean Air Force has been a dedicated partner to the New Jersey Work Environment Council. NJ WEC provides relevant reports, policy briefings, and other program notices on important environmental health and safety issues. Moms Clean Air Force participates in the Healthy Schools Now Coalition, a part of NJ WEC. Healthy Schools Now has been a leading partner in our work on mercury in school flooring, not just in New Jersey but also nationwide. Through our partnership, we have access to NJ WEC staff and volunteer experts, including physicians, industrial hygienists, attorneys, and other occupational health and safety professionals, who have been critical in helping to inform our work, especially on mercury in school flooring and chemical safety.
Moms & Mayors
Our Moms & Mayors program connects moms with their mayors and local leaders to improve children’s health and build resilient communities. We educate, empower and mobilize Moms in their hometowns to work with their local elected leaders to implement clean air strategies, reduce toxins in the community, and take action on climate change. We also train Moms to join boards and commissions and urge them to run for office.
Launched in September 2018, the EcoMadres program brings Latina moms together to address issues of clean air, climate, and toxics that affect the health of Latino children and families. EcoMadres is a collaboration between Moms Clean Air Force and a number of partner organizations across the US.
The program provides comadres with reliable information and solutions through online resources, articles, action tools, and on-the-ground events. Our inclusive community empowers and lifts up the voices of comadres for the benefit of our families and communities. EcoMadres has a vibrant network of state-based field teams and allies across the country.
We host cafecitos around the country that provide opportunities for the communities to discuss air quality and climate change.
Community Health Equity
Moms Clean Air Force is committed to exposing environmental injustices in the African-American community by taking a stand against environmental discrimination, holding legislators accountable for lack of resources, educating communities on their rights and their issues, standing with impacted communities, and fighting for clean air and climate solutions to promote healthy children and healthy communities.
Through our environmental health justice program Community Health Equity, our goal is to advocate, educate, and amplify through partnering with impacted communities and environmental justice organizations on events and resource development. We hold Table Talks around the country, casual gatherings that organize, motivate, and activate volunteers; partner with churches to use our “Breath of Life” Bible Study; and provide information on environmental health issues in African-American communities.
Our children breathe polluted air.
While New Jersey has significantly improved its dangerous particle air pollution over the past few decades, our state still has a serious smog problem. Smog, or ground-level ozone, irritates the lungs, triggers asthma attacks, interferes with normal lung development, and increases the risk of respiratory infections.
According to the American Lung Association’s 2022 State of the Air report, 6 of 15 counties in New Jersey that monitor air pollution received an F grade for ozone pollution because they had a high number of code red and orange ozone pollution days.
These days are particularly dangerous for the over 149,000 New Jersey children with asthma.
Unfortunately, much of New Jersey’s smog problem comes from pollution from “upwind” states, and New Jersey has long struggled to remain in attainment with our federal ozone standards.
We are leading in the transition to renewable energy.
In April 2018, New Jersey passed two energy bills that put the state in line with climate leaders like New York and California. Assembly Bill 3723, which passed by a wide margin in the State Assembly and Senate, aims to move New Jersey to 35% renewable energy by 2025 and 50% by 2030, largely through expanding wind and solar.
Following these landmark bills, Governor Murphy signed an executive order in May 2018, to update the state’s Energy Master Plan to achieve 100% clean energy by 2050.
Hurricanes and sea-level rise endanger our communities.
With 127 miles of coastline that are highly vulnerable to sea-level rise, New Jersey families have seen firsthand how climate-fueled extreme weather events can hurt the health, safety, and economy of our state. Hurricane Sandy cost New Jersey over $30 billion in losses, destroyed or damaged more than 346,000 homes, and killed 12 people. We are also concerned about sea level rise in a coastal state that cherishes its beaches and thrives on beach-related tourism. Limiting the pollution that affects our weather and threatens our coastal resources is more important than ever.
Manufacturing puts our communities at risk.
As a manufacturing state, New Jersey is home to many chemical facilities that make our communities vulnerable to possible chemical disasters. Ninety-five New Jersey facilities, in 19 of the state’s 21 counties, use hazardous chemicals that could pose a catastrophic risk to millions of New Jersey residents in the case of an accident or attack. As a result of this local threat, and because there is a need for families to speak up about these dangers, Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey joined the Chemical Facility Safety and Security Coalition to strengthen rules and regulations around chemical facilities. This group initiated a pilot in the New York–New Jersey area bringing together regional federal employees and state and local agencies to develop solutions to safety and security challenges at chemical facilities. Through our work with this coalition, Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey has met with former EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy and former EPA Assistant Administrator Mathy Stanislaus to make the case for strong regulations and highlight the need for safer technologies.
On March 9, Moms Clean Air Force showed up in force for the US Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works hearing about the Norfolk Southern train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio. No one from the community was invited to testify at the hearing, so three Moms members from East Palestine came to put a face to the disaster. Moms Clean Air Force staff and members from Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Louisiana, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC, also attended. Watch our Moms in action.
On December 14, Trisha Dello Iacono, Senior Legislative Manager for Moms Clean Air Force and New Jersey resident, joined Vice President Kamala Harris, Secretary Jennifer Granholm, and Gina McCarthy at an event in Brandywine, Maryland, to introduce the Biden-Harris Electric Vehicle Charging Action Plan.
On October 13, Trisha Dello Iacono, Moms Clean Air Force National Field & Legislative Manager, joined World Resources Institute and the Electrification Coalition for a roundtable discussion on the wide-ranging benefits of electric school buses and New Jersey’s window of opportunity to accelerate deployment. New Jersey’s First Lady, Tammy Murphy, and Congressman Frank Pallone delivered opening remarks.
New Jersey moms joined Moms Clean Air Force staff and volunteers from across the country to participate in EPA’s listening sessions on its upcoming oil and natural gas methane rule. National Field and Legislative Manager Trisha Dello Iacono offered testimony. Read Trisha’s testimony.
On June 2, National Field and Legislative Manager Trisha Dello Iacono joined more than 40 Moms Clean Air Force staff and volunteers from 16 states and DC to deliver testimony at EPA’s first climate-related public hearing since President Biden took office. The hearing was about EPA’s proposal to restore long-standing state authority to protect residents from climate pollution from cars. Read Trisha’s testimony.
New Jersey Moms joined Moms Clean Air Force members across the country to testify in EPA’s virtual hearing on its proposal to retain the current National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Ground-Level Ozone. National Field Manager Trisha Dello Iacono urged EPA to follow the science and strengthen the existing rule. Listen to Trisha’s testimony here.
National Field Manager Trisha Dello Iacono joined Moms Clean Air Force organizers from across the country to offer comment in a meeting with Office of Management and Budget officials on the EPA’s proposed National Ambient Air Quality Standards for ground-level ozone on July 8.
National Field Manager Trisha Dello Iacono joined Moms Clean Air Force members across the country to testify in the EPA’s virtual hearing on its proposal to retain the current National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Particulate Matter. She testified in favor of following science and strengthening the existing rule.
National Field Manager Trisha Dello Iacono met with New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy’s staff to discuss her K–12 Climate Change Education Initiative, which seeks to incorporate climate change education in New Jersey’s K–12 academic standards to ensure New Jersey students will be better equipped to combat the climate crisis and thrive in the future green economy.
Project Manager Mollie Michel spoke on behalf of Moms Clean Air Force at Representative Frank Pallone’s press conference announcing the Clean Future Act. New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy was also in attendance.
National Field Manager Trisha Dello Iacono joined Congressman VanDrew’s new environmental advisory committee.
Members of Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey attended the sixth annual Play-In for Climate Action on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey members attended and spoke at the Morristown Peoples Climate Movement event.
Members of Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey attended the fifth annual Play-In for Climate Action on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.
National field manager Trisha Dello Iacono testified at an EPA Clean Power Plan hearing held in Charleston, WV.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey members traveled to Washington, DC to meet with lawmakers and urge them to protect EPA’s budget.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey co-sponsored a webinar, “Our Homes, Our Votes: Voter Registration and Mobilization for Low-Income Voters.” The webinar covered the critical importance of helping low-income individuals register to vote, voter eligibility requirements, available voter registration resources, fitting voter registration into our regular work, specific voter registration activities, and voter mobilization efforts.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey hosted a Play-In for Climate Action at Echo Hill Environmental Center in Hunterdon County.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey attended a Resistance Town Hall with Rep. Frank Pallone and Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman at the Labor Education Center in New Brunswick.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey attended Save the EPA: 7th District Forum on Trump’s Budget hosted by Food & Water Watch at the Borough of Somerville Library.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey attended a Food & Water Watch forum focused on protecting our health and environment and saving the EPA budget.
Moms Clean Air Force field manager Trisha Dello Iacono spoke at a press conference attended by federal, state and local elected officials, New Jersey environmental leaders and concerned citizens at the base of a bridge destroyed by Superstorm Sandy to oppose proposed cuts to the budgets of the Environmental Protection Agency and the Interior Department that would cause deep and lasting harm to our water, air, and land. Speaking with one voice, lawmakers from both parties called on the Republican-controlled House of Representatives to reject the FY18 budget unless it contains full and fair funding for the agencies that protect our health and environment.
Moms Clean Air Force super volunteer Tammi Bathke presented on a panel discussion in Atlantic City on why we need offshore wind to protect the health of our children.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey members attended a Community Townhall with Senator Booker and Congressman Norcross (CD-1).
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey exhibited at The 2017 QuickChek New Jersey Festival of Ballooning held in Hunterdon County, NJ.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey members attended the 2017 Play-In for Climate Action in Washington, DC.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey attended the Sustainable New Jersey Summit at The College of New Jersey.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey attended Monmouth County Family Day.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey hosted Advocacy 101: Learn how to create change at Cherry Hill Library.
Moms Clean Air Force hosted a Mama Summit in Trenton–parents, kids and concerned citizens from across the State united to ask our elected officials to protect our children from the effects of toxic air pollution.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey met with Congressman Norcross to discuss clean air and kids’ health.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey attended Cherry Hill GreenFest.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey participated in the March for Science in Trenton.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey attended Run for Clean Air in Philadelphia.
Moms Clean Air Force hosted a panel discussion for community members interested in learning about the Jersey Renews coalition. At the Kroc Center in Camden, more than 40 participants gathered to unite and demonstrate the depth of community leaders concerned about the public health impacts of climate change. Through the Jersey Renews coalition, Moms Clean Air Force has joined unions of university faculty, steelworkers, nurses and more than 40 other organizations representing community members, faith leaders and workers calling on New Jersey leaders to protect citizens from climate pollution. Event attendees learned about state-based solutions, including the expansion of New Jersey’s clean energy goals, and the importance of domestic sourcing, particularly for offshore wind. Speakers also addressed public health impacts, particularly for children, and articulated the moral argument for action on climate change.
Moms Clean Air Force field director, Gretchen Dahlkemper spoke at a press event with Senator Cory Booker and Rep. Frank Pallone in Edison, NJ about the impact of EPA budget cuts.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey field consultant Kate and members attended a town hall hosted by Congressman Donald Norcross.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey hosted a Senator Valentine’s writing gathering at Nesting House in Collingswood, NJ.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey attended a Camden Town Hall Meeting.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey attended the Pinelands Commission pipeline vote at the Crowne Plaza Philadelphia–Cherry Hill.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey attended the New Jersey Environmental Justice Alliance Roundtable.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey joined Jersey Renews, a coalition of over 30 labor, faith, community, and environmental organizations that urging elected officials in New Jersey to act now on Climate Change.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey attended a Pinelands Commission meeting to voice public comment in opposition to the proposed South Jersey pipeline.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey field consultant, Kate Schumacher participated in the Women’s March on Washington.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey was represented at the September 26 presidential debate.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey hosted a “School’s Out Food Drive” contributing to the over 4,542 pounds of food collected by Moms Clean Air Force chapters nationwide.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey attended a Healthy Schools Now Coalition Meeting in Trenton.
On May 13, Trisha Dello Iacono attended a petition delivery to the EPA for comments on the chemical facility safety and security docket. Moms Clean Air Force garnered 4116 petition signers.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey attended Work Environment Council Best Practices Event, Building Community Partnerships for Success, at New Jersey Education Association.
Moms Clean Air Force hosted a Read-In and Earth Day activities in Wenonah, NJ.
Moms Clean Air Force New Jersey attended a press conference to highlight the findings of a study they participated in. The report is titled Buyer Beware: Toxic BPA & Regrettable Substitutes in the linings of Canned Food.
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- MercerMe, HVCHS students go to Capitol Hill Tuesday
- Press release, New Jersey Mom Impacted by Toxic Pollution Will Attend EPW Senate Hearing on Ohio Train Derailment & Chemical Disaster; Contact Us for Interview
- NJ Today, Legislation proposed to protect low-income communities
- Press Release, EPA Restores State Authority to Limit Tailpipe Pollution and Protect Public Health, Allowing 17 States and DC to Lead on Cleaner Cars, Climate Action, and Environmental Justice
- The National Desk, Haz-mat in the gym: Aging school floors may conceal a toxic threat to students & staff
- NorthJersey.com, Could smoke from wildfires become common in NJ? Experts discuss
- Press Release, At the Biden EPA’s First Climate-Related Public Hearing, 40 Moms Clean Air Force Members From Across Country to Speak Up, Demand Cleaner Cars
- Courier Post Online, New Jersey’s poor air quality expected to improve significantly amid coronavirus shutdown
- North Jersey, New Jersey’s poor air quality expected to improve significantly amid coronavirus shutdown
- North Jersey Record, New Jersey scores clean-air victory in pollution battle versus Trump administration
- NJ.com, Our children are being exposed to mercury in schools. We need to act.
- WOBM News, No easy way to tell if your kid’s gym floor is laced with mercury
- Office of Senator Cory Booker, Booker Calls for Investigation into Mercury Emissions from Synthetic Flooring
- New Jersey Record, NJ factories, refineries released 6 million pounds of toxic chemicals into air and water
- Courier Post, NJ factories, refineries released 6 million pounds of toxic chemicals into air and water
- My Central Jersey, NJ factories, refineries released 6 million pounds of toxic chemicals into air and water
- E&E News, Booker backs Green New Deal while weighing White House run
- North Jersey, Trump administration may weaken clean air standards
- North Jersey, New Jersey’s air so bad that breathing it could be dangerous to your health
- WOWK 13 News, EPA Clean Power Plan Hearings End in WV
- South Jersey Magazine, Super Women
- Monarch Housing Associates, Join Monarch, NLIHC and League of Women Voters NJ for September 12 10 AM Voter Registration Webinar
- Insider NJ, Republican, Democratic Lawmakers Join NJ Enviro Groups to Demand Protection for EPA Funding
- NJTV News, Activists rally against EPA budget cuts
- Jersey Shore Online, Politicians, Environmentalists Rally Against EPA Cuts
- New Jersey League of Conservation Voters, REPUBLICAN, DEMOCRATIC LAWMAKERS JOIN NJ ENVIRO GROUPS TO DEMAND PROTECTION FOR EPA FUNDING
- NJ.com, Cuts to EPA budget are attack on N.J., environmental groups say
- Burlington County Times, My family isn’t taking a vacation from climate change action
- TAP Into, New Jersey Families Urge Legislators to Fight for State’s Children and a Clean, Safe Environment
- The Star-Ledger, N.J. moms: Don’t let Trump destroy N.J.’s air, water protections | Opinion
- My Central Jersey, Central Jersey Dems, enviros unite against Trump’s EPA, climate policies
- New Jersey Jewish News, Greenfaith creates coalition to promote healthy environment
- New Jersey Jewish News, Greenfaith creates coalition to promote health environment
- EnviroPolitics Blog, NJ labor, faith and green groups join for climate fight
- NJ Spotlight, NEW COALITION MELDS LABOR, FAITH, AND ‘GREEN’ GROUPS TO FIGHT GLOBAL WARMING
- Teaneck Suburbanite, Protect the Health of Children
- NJ Spotlight, OP-ED: WHAT I LEARNED BY LIVING THROUGH A TOXIC-CHEMICAL SPILL IN NEW JERSEY
- Press Release, Two Out of Three Food Cans Tested Have Toxic BPA in the Linings, New Report Says
- Philly.com, Mom’s Moment
- Courier-Post, Activists: Exxon settlement a ‘scam’
- Tap Into Verona and Cedar Grove, Verona Goes Greener
- NJ.com, Environmental groups protest ExxonMobil settlement deal
- Blue Jersey, Paulsboro’s Double Trouble
- North Jersey Media Group, Verona Green Fair details and participants for this weekend
- Philly.com, ‘Moms Clean Air Force’ Lands in Trenton to Spread Word About Kids and Pollution
- NJ Spotlight, ‘MOMS CLEAN AIR FORCE’ LANDS IN TRENTON TO SPREAD WORD ABOUT KIDS AND POLLUTION
- Sustainable Cherry Hill, April Agent for Change: Trisha Dello Iacono
- Courier-Post, Gloucester County mother testifies on air quality issues
- E&E Publishing, Greenwire, Science, cost concerns are main focus at EPA hearings on ozone rule
- NJ Environment News, Report builds case for moving forward with off-shore wind
- Mindful Healthy Life, Moms keep up the fight against climate change and for clean air
- NJ Spotlight, STATE POLICY ON EMERGENCY RESPONSE PUTS RESIDENTS IN HARM’S WAY, REPORT SAYS
- WBGO News, GROUP WANTS PUBLIC ACCESS TO EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANS
- NewsWorks, N.J. environmental group says many municipalities won’t allow review of emergency plans
- NJ.com, Letter: To stem effects of climate change, parties must collaborate
- KSJD Dry Land Radio, A Train Crash And A Health Tragedy
- NJ.com, Environmental advocates call on people to join in NYC climate march
- METRO.US, Photos: Philly delegation to ‘People’s Climate March’ hopes to change the future
- AlterNet, A Is for Activism: Why I Took My 10-Month-Old to the People’s Climate March
- The Republic, Environmental advocates urge Christie to rejoin greenhouse gas reduction initiative
- WRAL News, Environmental advocates urge state to rejoin RGGI
- San Antonio Express-News, Environmental advocates urge state to rejoin RGGI
- Daily Reporter, Environmental advocates urge Christie to rejoin greenhouse gas reduction initiative
- Courier-Post, Environmental advocates urge state to rejoin RGGI
- Environment America, Citizens Urge Governor Christie to Act on Climate
- NRDC Switchboard, Show Your Support for Keeping New Jersey in RGGI Today
- NJTV News, NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams: Aug. 8, 2014
- NJ.com, Make clean water, air an N.J. priority: Letter
- NJ.com, New Jersey waterways flooded by millions of pounds of chemicals, report says
- Courier-Post, Paulsboro site among N.J’s worst water polluters
- New Jersey Public Interest Research Group, COMMUNITY, PUBLIC HEALTH, AND LABOR LEADERS URGE FEDERAL AGENCIES TO PREVENT CHEMICAL DISASTERS AT NEWARK HEARING
- Asbury Park Press, Toxic gas release inspired NJ mom to become environmental activist
- Newark Public Radio, EPA HOLDS HEARING IN NEWARK TO PREVENT TOXIC CHEMICAL SPILLS