Celebrating Chidren’s Environmental Health Day



Climate-Change-StoreMore than 6 million children have asthma. Increased pollen and smog can trigger asthma flares — and climate change will make those triggers worse.

Together we can protect our lungs, our children’s health and our climate. In partnership with Moms Clean Air Force, Allergy & Asthma Network produced a “How Climate Change Affects Asthma” brochure to celebrate the inaugural Children’s Environmental Health Day on Oct. 13, 2016. Although climate change already is underway, we can help slow it down.
Download How Climate Change Affects Asthma