Black and Hispanic children suffer disproportionately from asthma. Climate change is making it worse. September 23, 2022

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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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