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What's the state of your air?
A new report shows that cleaning up pollution continues successfully in much of the nation
Why are kids more vulnerable?
Learn more about the health effects of air pollution on children
Learn about Mothers & Others for Clean Air
Co-founders Laura Seydel and Stephanie Blank talk about link between air quality and children's health in this video

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Event: Clean Air Advocacy Training for Medical and Public Health Professionals

As one of only a handful of public health organizations working on air quality issues and children’s health in Georgia, M&O is offering a 3-hour training that covers climate change and children’s health; and skill-building in lobbying, media outreach, and testifying.


My Story: Former Miss South Carolina Talks About Living with Asthma

I was born in Fort Bragg, North Carolina and raised in Columbia, South Carolina, and I recently relocated to Atlanta, Georgia. I was diagnosed with allergy-induced asthma at the age of 4, and I have been working with the American Lung Association since I was 15 years old.


My Story: Oil and Money are Difficult to Inhale

Clean air is important because, first and foremost, oil and money are difficult to ‘inhale’. And razing, plundering and pillaging our natural grown forests to create ‘green space’ is an endeavor for no one’s long term benefit. The world as a ‘whole’ community must do better to preserve not only the air we breathe but the limited resources the earth has to offer.


Action Alert: Tell EPA to Limit Dangerous Ozone Pollution in 2015

Ground-level ozone is a dangerous air pollutant impacting millions of Americans every year. Send a letter to EPA urging them to protect public health by updating the ozone standard.

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