California Clean Air Day 2020 - we did it!
In 2020, more Californians than ever came together on California Clean Air Day. Thank you to everyone for doing your part to clear the air!
participants on California Clean Air Day
actions to clear the air
California Clean Air Day participants in 50 California counties
How California Takes Action
The Coalition for Clean Air is proud to lead this effort around California Clean Air Day. We are looking forward to making sure everyone has a role to play to clear the air in your community.
We’re proud to announce our very first Snap Filter! To use it, open Snapchat, point your camera at the Snapcode above, and press on it until the filter unlocks! Be sure to use it when you take the pledge.
The Los Angeles Department of Water & Power’s Green Team launched a campaign to encourage our colleagues to commit to clean air. Green Team Members across our service area will lead by example, sharing photos of their pledge actions in our newsletter.
Southern California Edison will invite its millions of customers using social media, SCE.com, and Energized by Edison to all take the pledge and commit to actions that support clean air. EcoIQ SCE’s environmental employee resource group will host a virtual Go Green webinar to educate our employees on the benefits of induction cooking.
SoCalGas is urging their employees to take the Clean Air Day pledge and practice sustainability every day at home. They are also encouraging their customers to take the pledge and learn more about clean air practices.
The Automobile Club of Southern California is publishing an article about California Clean Air Day in their Westways magazine, encouraging their members to conserve fuel by changing their driving habits and exploring clean air transportation options!
AC Transit is placing Clean Air Day advertisements on the insides of busses and encouraging all of our 2,200 employees to take the pledge!
AllTrails will place a banner in their app encouraging users to take the Clean Air Pledge.
UCR CE-CERT will teach a class to high school students about air quality, including how to make their own air quality monitors.
Groundwork Richmond will provide free trees to any Richmond resident.
Temple Judea will incorporate California Clean Air Day and the Clean Air Pledge into a larger commitment to the environment over the Jewish High Holidays.
LAUSD will encourage their teachers to discuss the kids pledge in the classroom with their students. They will also plan a no-idling campaign and adopt a Clean Air Day resolution.
Blue Shield of California will organize a virtual or socially distant volunteer effort and will share the campaign via their social media channels, both internally and externally.
BAAQMD is continuing to offer telecommuting to its employees, will convert its fleet to cleaner technologies and has also provided additional funding for microgrants to be allocated to community organization hosting Clean Air Day events.
Cummins will update its sustainability plan and invite their employees to take the pledge and encourage others in their circle.
BART will reach out to their employees and encourage them to take the pledge, along with adopting a California Clean Air Day resolution.
Foothill Transit will continue to offer telecommuting to their employees, update their fleet to cleaner technologies and share the campaign via social media and newsletters.
Ventura County Air Pollution Control District will share Clean Air Day through all their social media channels, encouraging their employees and follower to take the pledge.
The Los Angeles Convention Center is sharing our clean air message by displaying signage for California Clean Air Day in their facilities.
Thank you, Caltrans for displaying Clean Air Day signage on California’s freeways this week, reminding drivers to take the pledge!