Children And Climate Change, New State Vaccine Incentive Program

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Anaiya Layland, 12, receives her first Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination
Anaiya Layland, 12, receives her first Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination as her mother, Ashlesha Patel, observes at the Cook County Public Health Department, Thursday, May 13, 2021, in Des Plaines, Ill. Shafkat Anowar/AP Photo

We hear about how children will be affected by climate change in the future. Then, we learn about new COVID-19 vaccine incentive programs.

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Episode Credits

  • Molly Stentz Host
  • Courtney Everett Producer
  • Joe Tarr Producer
  • Steven Potter Technical Director
  • Karen Timberlake Guest
  • Beth McCostlin Guest

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