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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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News: Pediatrician Calls on Congress to Act on Climate

Dr. Jennifer Caicedo, vice president of the N.C. Asthma, Allergy and Immunology Society and a M&O supporter, calls on Congress to fully fund EPA and to reject attempts to block climate change and air pollution protections.

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News: Clean Energy Savings for All Initiative Makes Solar More Accessible

A new federal program is aimed at making clean energy more accessible to American households. It helps provide every American community the tools they need to tackle local air pollution and global climate change.

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News: Back to School with Asthma

How asthma-friendly is your school? Accounting for more than 10 million lost school days every year, asthma is one of the main illness-related reasons that students miss school. The air children breathe in school is critical to their success in the classroom and their overall health.

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News: Health Professionals Commit to Addressing the Climate Crisis

Public health and medical professionals in the South are joining others across the nation in the endorsing the American Lung Association’s Health Professionals’ Declaration on Climate Change. The Declaration explains how health is threatened by climate change and calls for bold action on the climate crisis.

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