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By Marcia G. Yerman Moms Clean Air Force Just as the tobacco companies worked to brand cigarettes as harmless, the coal industry has pushed to convince the public that their product is safe for the environment. The phrase “clean…

By  Erika Ebsworth-Goold Futurity   After conducting a new research approach using actual commutes, engineers discovered a simple shift can reduce the health risks of air pollution on the road. Research has linked an increased amount of air pollutants…

By Brett Israel Futurity As white people move out of neighborhoods, noise pollution rises. And noise pollution is inescapable in segregated cities, where it is worse for everyone, according to the first breakdown of noise exposure along racial, ethnic,…

Moms Clean Air Force Air pollution can cause serious health problems. Rarely, it can even kill people — and we’re not exaggerating. That’s why we care so much about the laws that protect us from air pollution. Read on…

By Martina Guglielmone Council on Hemispheric Affairs   President Trump’s recent announcement of his decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord has brought attention to the fact that only two other nations – out of 197 in the…

By Lori Popkewitz Alper Moms Clean Air Force   When we hear the words “climate change” many things come to mind, including intense heat waves and droughts, increase in natural disasters, loss of sea ice, accelerated sea level rise, and…

By Lindsey McDougle The Conversation Earth Day comes right before National Volunteer Week, an annual celebration of North American volunteerism in late April. This fortuitous timing gives environmental nonprofits an opportunity to engage prospective volunteers, especially nonwhites who live…