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BATHINDA: UK activist Rosamund Kissi-Debrah on Tuesday asked a number of women activists to join hands to raise their collective voice for clean air, and especially for children battling asthma.
Several women from an organisation called Warrior Moms, listened to the account of the clean air activist, whose 9 years old daughter Ella Roberta died of Asthma in 2013 in London.
Ella is the only one in the world whose death certificate states ‘air pollution’ as her cause of death.
The British woman activist took part in a Zoom meeting with women from various parts of the country, including Punjab. During the meeting, she urged all mothers to join hands with various associations working against climate change, clean air and make it into a sustained struggle.
She told the mothers on the panel to ask media houses to publish stories of people battling similar issues.
She added that it is not just out responsibility to ensure clean air, but ask the authorities to take necessary steps whenever needed.
Data shows that air quality is very bad in the United Kingdom and further deteriorates during the winter season due to several other factors as well.

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