Black and Hispanic children suffer disproportionately from asthma. Climate change is making it worse. September 23, 2022
Back in Los Angeles, Paula Torrado Plazas, an air quality and toxics policy analyst at Physicians for Social Responsibility [Los Angeles], said during listening sessions with parents, many tell her there’s no shade or tree canopies to alleviate heat as they walk their children to school.
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