Join two bilingual, bi-cultural physicians and Climate Health Now members for Healthy Air for All — Time for Action, a Zoom presentation to learn how climate change and air pollution threaten our health — and what we can do.
Learn: How air pollution harms us, who’s most vulnerable, which communities suffer the most, and how we can take collective action for health and environmental justice.
Speakers: Bilingual, bicultural physicians & Climate Health Now members
- Teresa Munoz, OB-GYN, Kaiser Richmond
- Juan Aguilera Mendoza, Ph.D., M.D., post-doctoral research fellow from Sean Parker Center, Stanford
Drs. Munoz and Mendoza will share scientific expertise and real-world experience about how climate-related air pollution affects vulnerable populations, including children, older adults, and those living with asthma, cardiorespiratory diseases, and other conditions, especially among lower-income neighborhoods of color.
There will be time for questions and for sharing ways to act collectively to make the changes we need to have healthy air for all.
Sunday, March 27, 4 – 5:30 PM
Register in advance: https://tinyurl.com/38thxwn2
After registering, you will receive an email with the Zoom meeting link.
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