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Ultimately, what we do to this planet, we do to ourselves. If we fill it up with toxics, our bodies will be filled with the same toxics. But if we work to keep it healthy, we’ll be healthy, too. We are as much a part of nature as anything—it’s our job to be good stewards.

Clean Air Ambassador | Smyrna, Delaware

Ann Darwicki

I am a Registered Nurse with 21 years of experience working with postpartum, pediatric and neonatal intensive care populations. I am a founding member and current chair of the Delaware Nurse's Association environmental committee, Nurses Healing our Planet. Over the past six years we have educated our peers, the public, and our legislators on the connection between the environment and our health.

My deep belief is that a polluted environment doesn’t discriminate. We are all affected on some level by the diseases attributable to pollution. I am a firm believer in holistic medicine, a Reiki practitioner, a proponent of healing spices and foods, which I incorporate into my life coach practice, healing the Whole Being.

My deep belief is that a polluted environment doesn’t discriminate. We are all affected on some level by the diseases attributable to pollution.

50 States United For Healthy Air

Clean air should be a fundamental right. Air pollution causes asthma attacks, lung disease, and even death. But our bodies don't have to be the dumping ground for dirty industries.

The technology to dramatically reduce harmful air pollution is available today, and major polluters should be required to use it.

Clean Air Ambassadors from every state are sending a powerful message: Everyone has a right to breathe clean, healthy air.

It’s time Congress and the EPA used their ears to help our lungs.