It’s no secret that fossil fuel production isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. Recent NASA studies found the world’s largest methane cloud hovering over the Four Corners.
Tomorrow night, our Congresswoman, Michelle Lujan Grisham, is you to join her and ABQ-area parents for a vibrant conversation about the health impacts of a changing climate and the importance of parents getting engaged to drive positive change.
Moms Clean Air Force and Congresswoman Michelle Lujan Grisham to Host Town Hall Meeting on Children’s Health in New Mexico
Elected officials and experts join moms to discuss state air quality, oil & gas pollution
Moms from across New Mexico will convene in Albuquerque on Wednesday, May 27th for a live panel discussion on climate change, children’s health, how burgeoning oil and gas development in New Mexico contributes to air pollution, and what parents can do.
The event will bring together elected officials, health professionals, community activists, and moms together for a vibrant conversation about the health impacts of a changing climate and the importance of parents getting engaged to drive positive change.
Panel discussion on climate change, oil and gas pollution and children’s health.
Congresswoman Michelle Lujan Grisham, Colleen Cooley is a young Diné woman organizing and educating about the impacts of oil and gas production in Indian land, Dona Upson, M.D. is a pulmonary physician at the Albuquerque VA and an Associate Professor of Medicine at UNM, Ana Malinalli X Gutierrez Sisneros, MSN, MALAS, APRN, PMHCNS-BC, CCM, is an adjunct professor of nursing at Northern New Mexico College in Española, and KUNM’s Laura Paskus.
Where: South Valley Family Health Commons
2001 N. Centro Familiar SW, Albuquerque, NM 87105
When: TOMORROW, Wednesday May 27, 2015
See you there!