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Most Recent Articles

Media Coverage: M&O Speaking Up to Fight Climate Change and Protect Children’s Health

M&O Project Director Susan Berryman Rodriguez and M&O supporter Vicki Carew talk about the important role that mothers play in protecting children’s health from dirty air and climate change on Georgia Focus. The 27-minute show was aired on 128 radio stations around Georgia.


Media Coverage: Co-Chair of North Carolina Asthma Alliance says that the Fight for Healthy Air Isn’t Over

The present national standard for ozone pollution is woefully out of date and does not protect the health of those who need it most. We’ve made great progress, but we’re not there yet.


Media Coverage: M&O Field Organizer Writes the Time to Act is Now

Climate change is making it even harder for us to clean up our air. That’s because warmer temperatures enhance ozone formation. We need policies that regulate greenhouse gas emissions in order to mitigate climate change and protect public health.


Media Coverage: Cumberland County’s Air Quality Earns ‘C’ Grade, Up from ‘D’

“Cumberland County can certainly be proud of the progress we’ve made, but there’s still work to be done to make our air healthy for all of us, especially our children and those with asthma or chronic lung disease,” Alison Lawrence Jones,North Carolina project manager of Mothers & Others for Clean Air.

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