Let’s all work to promote clean air. It is my role as an educator and respiratory practitioner to teach students and patients about the importance of monitoring the air quality reports. Poor air quality puts everyone at risk, especially patients with lung disease. And climate change will only worsen our air quality and make it even more dangerous to breathe. I see firsthand the effects air pollution and climate change is already having on patients, including breathlessness, anxiety, and fear. No one should have to struggle to breathe because the air quality where they live is dangerous. Let’s all work to promote clean air for the betterment of all our lives.