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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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Media Release: Mothers & Others for Clean Air Celebrating its 10th Anniversary

In 2004 Laura Turner Seydel and Stephanie Blank, two well-known Atlanta moms concerned about the air their children and others were breathing, joined forces to do something about it. Seydel and Blank started Mothers & Others for Clean Air (M&O), a program of the American Lung Association.


Media Release: M&O Partners with North Carolina’s MAHA on SOTA Release

“From our first ‘State of the Air’ report to this most recent one, we have seen that the Clean Air Act delivers significant health benefits,” said Berryman-Rodriguez. However, the past 15 years have also confirmed that air pollution is a more serious threat to our health than we’d previously known.”


Media Coverage: County receives ‘F’ on ozone levels

“The air in Forsyth County is cleaner than when we started the State of the Air report 15 years ago,” said Susan Berryman-Rodriguez, project director for Mothers and Others for Clean Air, a program of the American Lung Association in the Southeast, in a statement released along with the report.


Media Coverage: M&O Builds Presence in North Carolina with release of SOTA Report

Metro Charlotte has for the first time dropped off the American Lung Association’s annual list of smoggiest U.S cities.
Charlotte’s been a regular on the list of ozone-polluted metro areas since the list began in 2000.

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