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California Needs You to Step Up!
Commit and come together to take at least one action on or by #CleanAirDayCA.
Take the individual pledge to challenge yourself to take the actions we know are essential to clean air, like taking transit, shopping local, installing an air monitor and much more. Take the organizational pledge to have your employer or school publicly show their support for clean air.
TAKE THE CLEAN AIR DAY PLEDGE
Here’s how California came together for clean air
The Coalition for Clean Air proudly led the 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.
The 5th Annual California Clean Air Day was our biggest one yet!
Thank you to the 566 Organizations who helped us inspire more than 2 million Californians to take action. We look forward to growing the program even more next year.
Foothill Transit offered busses for free on California Clean Air Day. With over 30 electric busses in our fleet, when you ride with Foothill Transit, you’re doing great things for clean air!
The Road to 30
Get a head start on Clean Air Day by joining CALSTART’s 2023 National Conference in San Diego on May 17th to strategize the next 30 years of clean transportation! We’ll explore technological advancements and push for accelerating legislation, regulation, and initiatives for clean energy transformation.
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Offered Culver CityBus busses for free on Clean Air Day!
Southern California Edison is on a clean energy mission. Equipped with a full suite of innovative programs and incentives, together we have the power to make a 100% clean energy California. As a proud sponsor of Clean Air Day, SCE supports a Clean Energy Future.
In order for future generations to thrive and make history, we must also protect the planet. That is why Ancestry is committed to cutting our carbon emissions by 15% by 2025. As a proud sponsor of California Clean Air Day, we encourage our employees to join us on our sustainability journey by taking a personal pledge and participating in educational programming to make simple changes that help clean the air in our community.
Waymo celebrated Clean Air Day by enabling our riders to take zero-emission trips powered by 100% renewable energy with our fully autonomous vehicle fleet in San Francisco.
Aspiration celebrated Clean Air Day by hosting a workshop in partnership with LA compost where you can learn more about composting, regenerative agriculture, and green finance. Join us!
We are Clean Air Day partnered because we are committed to and invested in sustainability, as it’s a win for the plant, for business, for our customers, and for our communities.
We partnered with Clean Air Day and power communities with renewable, reliable, and competitively-priced energy for a future with cleaner air.
Electrify America is excited to be a part of California’s clean air future by plugging in on Clean Air Day. This partnership builds on our ongoing investments across the Golden State to promote a cleaner tomorrow through electric vehicle awareness, access and adoption.
We partnered with Clean Air Day to improve the air quality that will protect public health and the environment.
Proud to be a top engagement partner four years in a row in pursuit of mission of cleaner air for Sacramento
In celebration of California Clean Air Day, SacRT is offered systemwide free rides on Wednesday, October 5, 2022. The free rides included bus, light rail, on-demand SmaRT Ride shuttles, SacRT GO paratransit service and SacRT’s e-van service.
Warner Bros. held an Electrical Vehicle test-drive event during National Drive Electric Week (Sep 23-Oct 2) to support and encourage their employees and community members to go electric.
We partnered with Clean Air Day because environmental sustainability is part of the Blue Shield’s broader efforts to improve the health of individuals, families and communities throughout California
Serving as the State of California’s leader for job growth, economic development and business assistance efforts, we partnered with Clean Air Day to strengthen the commitment to clean air across the state.
We are a public charity committed to quantifiably reducing air emissions in California’s San Joaquin Valley, the region with the worst air quality in the United States, which is why we partnered with Clean Air Day!
As a Clean Air Day partner, the Air District aims to create a healthy breathing environment for every Bay Area resident while protecting and improving public health, air quality, and the global climate.
We are committed to fostering a cleaner, healthier environment. That’s why we’ve partnered with Clean Air Day and set a goal to be carbon neutral by 2035 for emissions across global operations.
SDGE’s partnership with Clean Air Day aligns with our commitment to environmental education and stewardship. We want to inspire the next generation of leaders in science, technology, engineering and math to build the safest and most reliable energy in America.
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 led by example, shared photos of their pledge actions in our newsletter.
The San Diego Foundation sponsored event microgrants in San Diego County.
The Automobile Club of Southern California published 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!
AllTrails placed a banner in their app encouraging users to take the Clean Air Pledge.
LAUSD encouraged their teachers to discuss the kids pledge in the classroom with their students. They also planed a no-idling campaign and adopt a Clean Air Day resolution.
The Los Angeles Convention Center is shared 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, reminding drivers to take the pledge!
AARP California encouraged their customers and employees to take the clean air pledge and joining California in taking collective action on October 5.
UPS encouraged their customers and employees to take the clean air pledge and look forward to join California in taking collective action on October 5.
UC Davis Health Sustainability Clean Air Day Celebration
Joined on October 5th for tree planting, succulent planning demonstrations, bike safety checks, learn about the Farm-to-Fork initiative, and browse the tabling event.
There are a variety of events across the state and online that you can join, or you can host an event of your own. With Clean Air Fairs, Tree Planting Excursions, EV Test Drives, Community Composting events and more, you’re sure to find a new favorite way to celebrate California Clean Air Day.
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About & Stats
Your actions matter.
Did you know that California has 7 of the top 10 worst cities for air pollution? Did you know that transportation is the #1 source of that pollution and that our actions play a major role?
Our purchasing habits, driving behaviors and our relationship with food all contribute to whether we have clean air or dirty air in our communities. We can all do our part to change that.
California Clean Air Day is built on the idea that shared experiences unite people to act to improve our community’s health. By joining together for a unified day of action, we can create new habits to clear the air for all members of California’s diverse communities.
Californians took 7.1M actions to clear the air last year.
Will you be part of the movement this year? Whether you’re an individual, business, government agency or nonprofit organization, there are things we all can do to improve air quality and protect public health. In a state with some of the worst air pollution in the United States, it is imperative that we do.
About the Coalition for Clean Air
The Coalition for Clean Air (CCA) believes everyone has the right to breathe clean air. Established in 1971, CCA is California’s only statewide public interest organization advocating exclusively for improving air quality and preventing climate change. From creating the idea for California’s original Smog Check program in 1981 to ensuring the first national ban on the toxic dry cleaning chemical “perc” to helping pass legislation to end the sale of gas-powered cars by 2035, CCA leads the way to socially and environmentally responsible air policies nationally and worldwide.
Today our small but might staff engages in educational programming, informing policy and changing behavior through programs like California Clean Air Day.
Our mission is to protect public health, improve air quality, and prevent climate change.
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