Idle-Free Schools PWC - Campaign Launch
Did you know that leaving your car engine on for one minute produces more carbon monoxide - a toxic gas - than the smoke from 3 packs of cigarettes? According to the Environmental Protection Agency, "Children are more susceptible to air pollution than healthy adults because their respiratory systems are still developing and they have a faster breathing rate".
When parents wait to drop off or pick up their kids from school they often leave their car engine on (idling), creating a pollution "hot spot" and harming our children's health. Join us as we launch our Idle-Free Schools Campaign to learn what you can do to make your children's school idle-free and help protect their little lungs!
Register here for the Zoom link, then share with other concerned parents!
October 18, 2021 at 7:30pm - 8:30pm
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Tiziana Bottino ·