EPA has been developing programs to cut emissions of these commonly found air pollutants since the Clean Air Act was passed in 1970. It's a big job, and although a great deal of progress has been made, it will take time to make the air healthy throughout the country.
There are potential sources of air pollution in just about every room of your house, but don’t despair. The good news is that there are easy, and affordable, solutions for most of them.
Improve air quality and mitigate climate-change simultaneously, urge Julia Schmale and colleagues.
Valley CAN is a non-profit advocacy group committed to improving air quality in communities throughout the California San Joaquin Valley.
- Improve the communities’ understanding of the primary sources of air pollution, and these sources relative contribution of diesel particulate matter and other air pollutants in South Park and Georgetown
- Reduce exposure to diesel particulate pollution and determine if other air pollutants are also a significant threat to residents’ health
- Reduce the frequency and severity of asthma attacks among local residents, especially children
Utah Moms for Clean Air uses the power of moms to clean up Utah's dirty air. We are uncompromising defenders of our children's health. Our intent is simple: to ensure that our children, whose lives are entrusted to us, have a healthy environment in which to grow and flourish. Throughout the year we remain vigilant. As mothers we respond quickly, boldly and publicly to defend our children.