MOMS CLEAN AIR FORCE HOSTS DISTINGUISHED PANEL IN CHARLOTTE TO DISCUSS IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE WITH LOCAL MOMS, DADS, AND GRANDPARENTS
Experts Discussed Ways to Protect Young North Carolinians and Future Generations from Dirty Air and Climate Change Impacts
May 29, 2014
Moms Clean Air Force and Clean Air Carolina hosted a distinguished panel discussion between climate experts, like North Carolina Department of Health epidemiologist Lauren Thie, and Charlotte area moms, dads, and grandparents to examine the impacts of climate change on children’s health and the need for climate action to protect future generations.
The panel included Thie, Moms Clean Air Force Senior Director and Co-Founder Dominique Browning, eco-living expert and former meteorologist Terri Bennett, psychologist and Medical Advocates for Healthy Air member Meg Houlihan, and NAACP’s Climate Justice Initiative Director Jacqueline Patterson. These health and clean air experts examined the current problem of climate pollution and available solutions to protect future generations of North Carolinians.
WHAT: Moms Clean Air Force Town Hall
WHEN: Thursday, May 29, 2014, from 6:30 until 8 PM
WHERE: Elizabeth Classroom Building, Auditorium Room 1106, Central Piedmont Community College’s Central Campus, Charlotte NC 28204. The physical address for the Elizabeth Classroom Building is 1231 Elizabeth Ave.
- Dominique Browning, Co-Founder and Senior Director, Moms Clean Air Force
- Terri Bennett, eco-living expert and former meteorologist
- Meg Houlihan, psychologist and member, Medical Advocates for Healthy Air
- Jacqueline Patterson, Director, NAACP Climate Justice Initiative
- Lauren Thie, Epidemiologist, NC Department of Health and Human Services