April 2024
see. hear. act.


We knew pollution was bad, but the benefits of reducing it are surprising.

 Dear Earth Day Boston supporter,

If you haven’t seen the most recent The Atlantic article, please check it out. It highlights recent studies that show how important it is for us to reduce pollution for our mental and physical health. In short, it says that reducing pollution, reduces risks for:

  • Suicide
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Dementia
  • Cognitive and behavior problems in children.

Furthermore, companies are fighting regulations that would reduce pollution saying it will cost them $900 million dollars a year to comply. However, the savings society would get from implementing stricter regulations would be about $13 billion dollars a year. It is clear, greening our economy is good for the planet and everyone who inhabits it.

Please help us get this message out to more people by donating to Earth Day Boston. The 54th Earth Day is just two months away and we need your support. A donation of $54 would help us support Earth Month, including our conference for students and educators on April 6th.


Michael Kozuch