Air pollution may seem too big a problem for one person to make much of a difference, but it's our individual, everyday behaviors that most affect our air quality and climate.
That's right. Our common activities are generating the bulk of today's air pollution – exhaust from vehicles, yard and recreational equipment, and smoke from our chimneys and burn piles.
If we all made just one air-friendly behavior change – how we get to work, how we heat our homes, and how we maintain our yards, for example – collectively we could dramatically reduce emissions of toxic air pollutants and greenhouse gases. Together, we can keep our region's air healthy and clean.
For more information on how you can make a difference, please use the links below.