Bus Tour Promoting Action On Climate Change Stops In Chicago « CBS Chicago
EPA administrator Susan Hedman told the crowd it is a moral obligation.
“Some may still deny overwhelming judgment of science, but none can avoid the devastating impact of raging fires and crippling drought and more powerful storms,” said Hedman.
Dr. Sarah Lovinger with Physicians for Social Responsibility said while the summer has been cooler, we’re experiencing more warm weather in the summer.
“And scientists tell us that air pollution will continue to get worse here in Chicago as climate change becomes a bigger problem. Chicago already has the highest childhood asthma rate in the country,” said Lovinger.