More 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.