Greater Los Angeles has the worst air pollution in the country.
For as much progress we’ve made to push back against smog – and we have made significant progress – in 2019 the South Coast Air Basin Violated Federal Standards for Ozone for 85 days in a row, narrowly missing the near record of 87 set the year before. Without a doubt, we have our challenges.
The good news is that a diverse group of people have come together to push back against smog. Los Angeles has come together in a big way.
2021 Los Angeles Regional Working Group
- Holly Mitchell, Supervisor, Los Angeles County
Tiffany Allegretti, IQAir
Scott Ammons, REI
Kendal Asuncion, Bloom Energy
Emily Barton, Snap Inc.
Irene Burga, Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti
Nicole Dillon, Tinder
James Evans, UCLA Sustainability
Sarita Figueroa, Southern California Gas Company
Estela Flores, Los Angeles Convention Center
Jean Flores, REI
Elizabeth Graswich, Los Angeles County Office of Education
Luis Gutierrez, Southern California Edison
Travis Harvey, Groundworks Coffee
Kyle Horne, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Ryan Jackson, Los Angeles Department of Water & Power
Helene Jouin, Northrop Grumman
Ellen Mair, Skanska
Laura Muraida, Office of Supervisor Holly Mitchell
Trisha Muse, Southern California Gas Co.
Mahsa Ostowari, LA Sanitation
Tony Tavares, Caltrans District 7
Carlos Torres, Los Angeles Unified School District
Doug Walters, LA Sanitation
Chandelle Wiebe, Snap Inc.