Created by American University's Center for Environmental Filmmaking in partnership with the American Lung Association, this short film looks back on 50 years of the Clean Air Act, highlighting both the incredible progress made in cleaning up air pollution as well as the stories of communities that are still suffering from polluted environments. The 30-minute film underscores the challenges we continue to face in protecting health and ensuring health equity amid the growing threats from climate change and worsening air quality.
The event will begin with the screening of the film, followed by a panel discussion and participant Q&A.
Please register in advance for this event to receive a Zoom link.
Professor, Las Positas College
Department of Physics, Astronomy and Environmental Science
Bay Area Air Quality Management District
Climate and Energy Fellow
Las Positas College
Questions? Reach out to Elise.Wallis@Lung.org
The trailer for the film, Unbreathable, can be streamed here!