Beth Gardiner

author of “Choked: Life and Breath in the Age of Air Pollution”

Journalist and author of the forthcoming book Choked: Life and Breath in the Age of Air Pollution

Beth Gardiner on KCRW

Los Angeles has yet again earned the dubious distinction as the nation’s capital for dirty air.

'Choked': Can LA clean its dirty air?

Los Angeles has yet again earned the dubious distinction as the nation’s capital for dirty air.

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It’s invisible in some places, but dirty air kills millions of people all over the world. That’s even true in America, despite the Clean Air Act and California’s Air Resources Board.

Air Pollution: The original component of Climate Change

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