Right to Clean Air

This webinar brings in diverse perspectives on what a Right to Clean Air means for our communities’ well-being and health. It sparks a discussion of the intersections between the current public health and social crises we are experiencing today, and how they are made worse by dirty and polluted air.


Tony DeFalco, Executive Director of VERDE
Mary Peveto, President of Neighbors for Clean Air
Ana Molina, Statewide Environmental Justice Manager for Beyond Toxics

Moderated by Benjamin Duncan, the Chief Officer of Diversity and Equity, Multnomah County.

Additional Resources

See the related interview with Dr. Lauren Herbert, pediatric infectious diseases specialist, speak about the connection between air pollution and COVID-19.