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In the Bay Area, in the begining of this century, with great progress having been made in improving general air quality conditions, the Air District stepped up its outreach to local communities in the region. And with ozone concentrations a fraction of what they were several decades earlier, the Air District increased its efforts to address the substantial public health problems presented by particulate pollution.

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  • Kristina Chu
  • Public Information Officer II,
  • 415 749-4758
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  • 415 749-4631

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Community Outreach Resource Teams

The Bay Area Air Quality Management District is committed to engaging the public directly in its efforts to reduce air pollution. One of the Air District’s innovative efforts to engage the public was the formation of local resource teams in 1991. From that point to the current day local civic groups, agencies, businesses and environmental organizations meet regularly and work collaboratively to implement projects that promote cleaner air.

Team members are responsible for developing and carrying out local projects. Each team gets facilitated support to foster effective communication among team members, to assist with planning projects, to help team members allocate tasks and to assure that the work gets done.

There are currently nine Spare the Air Resource Teams meeting and working together within the Bay Area's nine counties.

Last Updated: 6/25/2012