Spare the Air Quality Podcasts
Summary: The Bay Area Air Quality Management District established the Spare the Air program to educate residents about the effects of air pollution and encourage actions to improve air quality in the Bay Area.
Jane Warner, President & CEO of the American Lung Association in California talks about the health impacts of wood smoke
In this podcast we speak with Kristine Roselius, Supervising Public Information Officer at the Bay Area Air Quality Management District. As the winter months approach, we want to examine the current regulations in respect woodburning. Woodburning is something many of us do on a cold winter day, however many are unaware of the health and environmental toll that particulate matter from wood can cause. Kristine clarifies information regarding "Spare the Air" days, enforcement of current regulations and the detrimental health impact that woodsmoke can cause for bay area residents.
Cleaner Air on the Horizon: Electric Cars and Electric Charging Stations (Produced by Breathe California)
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.