One in ten children in Florida suffers from asthma. A child’s developing lungs are more sensitive to air pollution. They also breathe faster than we do, exposing them to more toxins.
Join us for a conversation between a climate change advocate and mother of six, and one of Florida’s top doctors to discuss the impacts of climate change on asthma and other health risks children face -- especially those living in low-income communities of color.
- Heather McTeer Toney, National Field Director, Moms Clean Air Force