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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Asthma Free School Zones

One really simple way to use less fuel and improve air quality is to avoid using your vehicle's engine - except when driving. Seems simple enough, but our friends at New York's Asthma Free School Zones have been finding it quite a challenge to get this message across. Focusing on the idling of school buses in front of elementary schools, the organization has been able to demonstrate that the air quality at the schools is measurably worse than just a few blocks away. And statistics show a mounting rate of childhood asthma. So remember - idling gets you nowhere. Here's a recent clip about the organization's work from News 12. For more information, you can contact AFSZ at 212-533-6615


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