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Media Coverage: M&O Supporters Build Strong Case to Strengthen Ozone Standards

Posted by on Jul 6, 2015 in homepage_featured, Media Releases | 0 comments

Media Coverage: M&O Supporters Build Strong Case to Strengthen Ozone Standards

In an effort to build support for a more protective ozone standard, we worked with one of our prominent supporters, Dr. LeRoy Graham, Jr., pediatric pulmonologist, on an Op-ed calling for the EPA to “heed the scientific consensus and set stronger ozone standards…”

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News: M&O Supporter Participates at White House Summit on Health Impacts of Climate Change

Posted by on Jul 6, 2015 in Events, homepage_featured, Media Releases | 0 comments

News: M&O Supporter Participates at White House Summit on Health Impacts of Climate Change

Crystal Garrett, a volunteer with Mothers & Others for Clean Air, participated in the first White House summit on climate change and health. She shared her experience with allergy-induced asthma and called attention to the need for a strong response on climate change.

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

Posted by on May 26, 2015 in homepage_featured, Media Releases | 0 comments

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.

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

Posted by on May 26, 2015 in homepage_featured, Media Releases | 0 comments

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The present national standard for ozone pollution is woefully out of date and does not protect the health of those who need it most.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.

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