Our health demands real action on clean air.
Our lung health - and our health in general - depends on clean air.
The links between air pollution and respiratory illness are strong and well established scientifically. The increases in deaths and hospital visits related to respiratory illness during urban smog events are just the tip of the iceberg.
There is growing evidence as well that global warming will further erode lung health. Changes in temperature and precipitation due to climate change are predicted to increase air pollution levels, forest fires, mould growth and pollen levels, all of which exacerbate lung disease.
We provide a variety of services with regard to indoor and outdoor air quality and urge all parties to work constructively towards real progress on air quality:
Vehicle Emissions Reduction
Air Quality Health Index